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cAN SECRET DEFENSE FUEL ARMS TRAFFICKING AND worsen THE SECURITY CLIMATE IN THE ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES (CEEAC)?

Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga, LLD

          August 2018

 

 

POLICY BRIEF No6

In this policy brief, the Global Emergency and Counterterrorism Institute assesses the recent developments around the issues of security and illicit arms trafficking in the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC). We hope this analysis contributes to address the issue of transnational organised crimes in terms of access to small arms and light weapons by non-state actors.

 

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GECI REPORT

ISSUE 1 | JUNE 2018

CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS

ON EMERGENCY REGIMES FROM

54 AFRICAN STATES

 

 

For the past few years, we have witnessed how some states around the world and particularly on the African continent have enforced emergency regimes not for the sake of protecting the state from potential threats but to guarantee the survival of the regime in place. This unique report  of its kind completed by the Global Emergency and Counterterrorism Institute  compiles together  in a single document the constitutional provisions on emergency regimes from 54 African states.

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In this policy brief, the Global Emergency and Counterterrorism Institute provides some insights to the recent political developments, leadership and system of governance in Chad and proposes some suggestions that may contribute to more stability in a country often subject to terrorist attacks and attempted coups.

 

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Refugees: easy prey for radicalisation

Looking at the nexus between radicalisation and  poverty and despair.

Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga

UK: FULL REPORT ON TERRORISM FUNDING TO REMAIN SECRET

The long awaiting report on terrorism funding has been finally completed but will not be released owing to national security reasons.

Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga

Nigeria in A State of PERMANENT Emergency

 

Nigeria is permanently in a state of emergency with the Armed Forces   in more than 28 states of the federation.

Francine Mungongo