Ep. 96: A conversation with Yonatan Morse about the 3 crises in Cameroon

Yonatan Morse, assistant professor of political science at the University of Connecticut, says that there have been three crises occurring in Cameroon over the last few years. He discusses them with Kim in this week’s interview.

In the news: 400,000 people have not been able to register to vote in Burkina Faso, the world is watching the U.S. election, and more!

Listen to the episode below!

Books from the Episode

How Autocrats Compete: Parties, Patrons, and Unfair Elections in Africa by Yonatan Morse

Social Policy Expansion in Latin America by Candelaria Garay

Envy in Politics by Gwyneth H. McClendon

Democracy in Ghana: Everyday Politics in Urban Africa by Jeffrey W. Paller

Electoral Politics and Africa’ Urban Transition: Class and Ethnicity in Ghana by Noah Nathan

Legislative Development in Africa: Politics and Postcolonial Legacies by Ken Ochieng’ Opalo

Other Links and Articles

Surrounded by War, Burkinabe Civilians Have Votes Taken Away

Upcoming Elections in Africa (Press Statement by Secretary of State Michael Pompeo)

Nando’s USA Twitter Posts about the Election

The Challenge of Observing American Democracy

Mtima Rising – EP by Chmba

Malawi Mouse Boys on NPR Tiny Desk Concerts

Transcript

Coming soon!


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