Dr. Landry Signé

Dr. Landry Signé is an award-winning scholar and Banting fellow at the Stanford University Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law; expert and Silicon Valley pioneer lecturer on Emerging African Markets: Strategies, Investments and Government Affairs (Stanford and the Commonwealth Club of California). He is working on African politics, international relations, and economic transformations. Over the course of the last decade, he has extensive experience with the United Nations Department of Political Affairs, the Senate of France, the University of Montreal, and a strategic management firm. His work appeared in The New York Times and the Canadian Journal of African Studies among others, and he won the CÉRIUM Award for the Best International PhD Dissertation.


2011 Presidential Election in Cameroon: Context, Risk and Conflict Prevention


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