Jean-Didier Boukongou

Boukongou Jean-Didier

Professor of International Law at the Central African Catholic University

Biographie de Boukongou Jean-Didier

African Geopolitics Coordinating Editor in Brazzaville, Professor of International Law at the Central African Catholic University (Yaoundé, Cameroon) and international consultant.

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THE RIGHT LEVERS FOR ACCESSING CLIMATE FINANCE

n°56 Fourth Quarter 2015

The  coming climate changes will inevitably raise the  problem of  effective  land  occupation  and  management  on  a     planet which must feed more than 7 billion inhabitants while its reserves are dwindling. Land thus becomes prime raw material, a prize to win back. It is increasingly an investment product that speculative funds seek to add to their portfolio, a resource that countries are scrambling for in order to feed their...

AFRICA MUST TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITS OWN FINANCING

n°54 First Quarter 2015

The idea that Africa will be the continent of the 21st century is shared by many actors and experts •1. But there is less agreement on the question of how this emergence is to be financed. It is even still categorised as “a basic challenge to be met: Until now, the plans and programmes developed for and by the continent have encountered financing problems •2. But as we know, money is the key to  success…