Tamekamta Zozime Alphonse

Alphonse Zozime Tamekamta is a teacher, researcher, and author in Yaoundé (Cameroun). He holds a Secondary High School Teacher’s Diploma Grade I and II (DIPES I and II) in History. He holds a degree in political science and a Master of Advanced Studies in History of International Relations. He is a Ph.D student, his thesis being on conflicts in the CEMAC zone.  He has specialised in regional integration, conflict, security and governance issues in Africa. He is the author of « Le Cameroun à l’UDEAC. Bilan et perspectives d’une gestion administrative contestée à l’ère du Renouveau » (‘Cameroun in the CACEU. Assessment and perspectives of a controversial administrative management at the dawn of a new era’), Paris, L’Harmattan, April 2011. He is also the coauthor of « Les urgences africaines. Réécrire l’histoire, réinventer l’État » (“African emergencies. Rewrite  history, rethink the State”), Paris, L’Harmattan, October 2012.