Diplomacy and Nation-Building in Africa: Franco-British relations and Cameroon at the End of Empire

@inproceedings{Torrent2012DiplomacyAN,
  title={Diplomacy and Nation-Building in Africa: Franco-British relations and Cameroon at the End of Empire},
  author={M. Torrent},
  year={2012}
}
Cameroon stands as a remarkable example of nation-building in the aftermath of European domination. Split between the French and British empires after World War I, it experienced a unique drive for self-determination at the turn of the 1960s, culminating in both independence from European power and the re-unification of two of its divided territories. This book investigates the influence of foreign policy on nation-building in West Africa in the context of both the Cold War and European… Expand
11 Citations