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Relating Human Development With Conflict and Peace By Kelly NGYAH
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Several parameters have been employed to assess conflict driving elements within the society, however because the rate of civil strives continue to rise across the globe there is more and more need... More > to build and examine more options towards this battle. One of the most sensitive areas to actually scrutinize is that of the human development approaches because it takes mostly the contented and enlightened citizenry to cultivate and maintain a true culture of peace within the society. Through consistent reflections on the global human development report which the major purpose may only well suit policy adjustments measures, the importance and probable usages of other human development measurement units such as the Human Development Index (HDI), the Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI), the Gender Inequality Index GII and the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) for handling conflict analysis, prevention, mitigation and probable resolution motives is introduced in this study.< Less
Recalculations On Peace and Emerging Nations By Kelly NGYAH
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The distinction between countries in terms of developed and developing nations is now limited against the global assessments for country growth or progress rates. Another measure of fast responding... More > national economies which are neither between the mentioned extremes is that of emerging nations. From the historical analyses on the political, socioeconomic and cultural development of the emerging nations, a distinct value of peace growth is noticed thus leading them to act or be regarded as ideal national examples for others to follow. Their peaceful development support for other non-developed regional countries is also one of their remarkable characteristics. Through cited examples, this study shows how the emerging nations’ regional development strategies and polices could be useful for building global peace. It as well identifies the visionary world order institution of the BRICS bank that can serve in building development which is free from Western influence in certain regions.< Less
Probable Hurdles In the Cameroon 2035 Dream By Kelly NGYAH
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Based on countless struggles and sporadic civil strives across the world, most especially within the heart of North Africa such as the 2011 Arab spring, numerous analysts and conflict foreseers have... More > studied and proven track records of a series of identical elements that sum-up to topple regimes and autocratic governments. Because of the need to prevent the eventual occurrence of major conflicts within countries that demonstrate similar country assessment risks for uprisings as previous case studies, this study elaborates some major reasons why effective preventive measures should be made in the case of a country still existing in a virtual peaceful state. Also, since Cameroon has developed a very huge and ambitious development 2035 vision towards becoming an emerging nation, the need and ways to protect the huge institutional and infrastructural investments in order to maintain the vision in case of a major civil instability, strive or uprising is herein highlighted.< Less
The African Worry and Hope By Kelly NGYAH
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The African worry is full of losses, sorrow and pain accrued since the colonial era which today has inflicted much agony and psychological trauma in the minds of its leaders and its common citizens.... More > Since life in Africa is consumed in an atmosphere of fear and insecurity, its people’s desperation has thus been transformed towards political and economic crime for individual security and egoistic prosperity. This does not reflect the culture of family that governs the African people in their strong holds or values for peaceful growth. Where has such African community spirit values evaporated to? Can we get them back? We herein try to reexamine the impacts of former imperial colonial oppressive administration on conquered indigenous territories during the colonial period and how the indigenous elites’ post-independence political philosophies became corrupted within modern governance perspectives. It also previews regional commitments of development partners to revive hope in Africa.< Less

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