After years of skirmishing, the English-speaking minority scarcely trusts the government.
A Cameroonian soldier patrols the edge of an abandoned market near a burned car, allegedly destroyed by separatist fighter, in the southwest province in Buea, in October 2018. (Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images)
By Mircea Lazar March 25
For the past three years, civil strife has been tearing Cameroon apart. New public opinion data from Afrobarometer suggest serious — and widening — rifts in fundamental perceptions and attitudes between the country’s Anglophone and Francophone regions.