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May 23, 2012 YOUTH DRIVE - Development Through Volunteering. Listen
Le 19 Juillet, 2010
RFI
France
Invité : Chris Fomunyoh, responsable Afrique de l'Institut national démocratique de Washington Écouter
Le 2 Mai, 2010
RFI
France
1. La politique africaine des Etats Unis Écouter
Le 2 Mai, 2010
RFI
France
2. La politique africaine des Etats Unis Écouter
Le 26 Mars, 2010
RFI
France
Chris Fomunyoh, responsable du département Afrique du National Democratic Institute, sur la résurgence des coups d'Etat en Afrique Écouter
October 12, 2009
Dibussi
Meeting in Washington, DC between the Cameroonian Community and the US Ambassador to Cameroon Listen  |  Download
Le 24 Juillet, 2009
RFI
France
Christopher Fomunyoh, directeur régional pour l'Afrique au National Démocratic Institute, NDI (MP3)

Le NDI est un observatoire de la démocratisation à travers le monde, basé à Washington
« Apparement, le président Biya voudrait rassurer les siens de sa popularité et de son poids sur l'échiquier international après une année 2008 assez difficile... »
Le 13 Fevrier, 2009
ONUCI -Operation des
Nations Unies en Cote
d'Ivoire
France
"De passage a Abidjan, le Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh a bien voulu etre l'invite de la semaine de la radio de l'Operation des Nations Unies en Cote d'Ivoire (ONUCI  Radio FM.)  Dans cette interview assez riche et dense, il evoque l'importance des elections credible dans ce pays qui sort d'une crise arme, et tire aussi des lecons sur le processus de democratisation dans plusieurs autres pays Africains." Écouter
Le 21 Janvier, 2009
Radio France Internationale
France
"Christopher Fomunyoh, chercheur camerounais installe a Washington"

L'investiture de Barack Obama vue par un Africain de Washington : le Camerounais Christopher Fomunyoh est chercheur a l'Institut national democratique. Ce mardi, il etait sur le Mall comme tout le monde et suivait la ceremonie sur ecran geant. Écouter (04 min et 18 s)
Le 31 Août, 2008
Radio France Internationale

France
"Obama et l'Afrique" Par Philippe Leymarie
Il a fait référence à son père kényan, je pense que l'Afrique devrait tirer bénéfice de cette filiation s'il est élu...

Christopher Fomunyoh, le « Monsieur Afrique » du National Institute of Democracy (NDI), à Washington, a suivi durant 4 jours la convention démocrate à Denver, qui précédait la convention républicaine, à partir de lundi. Écouter (05 min et 44 s)

January 3, 2008
WHYY's Radio Times
"The situation in Kenya" Discussion with Dr Chris Fomunyoh. WHYY's Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane. Read  |  Listen [mp3]
December 31, 2007
The OnlineNewsHour
"Hundreds Dead as Election Riots Flare in Kenya" Program Transcript
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October 9, 2007
SFCG - Search for
Common Ground
Conflict Prevention and Resolution Forum Read  |  Listen [mp3]

Septembre 16, 2007
Radio France Internationale

 

France
"RFI - Christopher Fomunyoh" - Ainsi va l'Afrique par Philippe Leymari

«Les elections en Sierra Leone ont ete organisees de maniere credible et transparente.»
Christopher Fomunyoh est en Sierra Leone ou il a observe le processus electoral, qu'il juge transparent. Écouter (05 min)
April 25, 2007
Voice of America
Washington, DC
"Election Monitors Issue Initial Findings on Nigerian Presidential Vote"
Article by Howard Lesser Read  |  Listen [mp3]
April 12, 2007
NomadicWax Dakar
"Election Boycott Threatens Senegal's Democratic Reputation"
Report by Phuong Tran Read  |  Listen [mp3]
November 10, 2006
Voice of America
Washington, DC
"Congressional Changes Focus New Attention on US Foreign Policy toward Africa" Article by Howard Lesser
Read  |  Listen to Chris Fomunyoh [mp3]
November 14, 2005
Public Broadcasting Service
Alexandria, Virginia, USA

Gwen Ifill speaks about the election of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as Liberia's president and the challenges ahead for the West African nation with Chris Fomunyoh, senior associate for Africa at the National Democratic Institute, and Mike McGovern from the International Crisis Group.
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June 16, 2005
BBC World Today

"African statesmen speak their minds," — BBC interviews five of the continent's elder statesmen to find out what their message would be to the G8 leaders. Read | Download

Le 12 Juin, 2005
Radio France Internationale

France
"Christopher Fomunyoh - Un des animateurs de l'Institut americain pour la Democratie de Washington (NDI)" Par Philippe Leymarie

On a une vingtaine d'anciens chefs d'Etat qui peuvent montrer un visage different de l'Afrique.

Camerounais d'origine, Christopher Fomunyoh, est l'un des animateurs de l'Institut americain pour la Democratie de Washington (NDI), qui vient d'organiser a Bamako une rencontre d'anciens chefs d'Etats africains. NDI pense que ces personnalites peuvent etre utiles au continent. Écouter (3 min et 53 s)

June 8, 2005
BBC World Service: Africa Live

What to do with former heads of state when they leave office is a source of debate for many Africans. The African Statesmen Initiative, which is being launched in Mali is hoping to focus on the positive examples of life after office. BBC Africa Live is asking: Is there life after the presidency? Should retired presidents be involved in politics? And should they continue to enjoy immunity?

  Interview with H.E. Amos Sawyer, Former President of Liberia; H.E. Jerry Rawlings, Former President of Ghana; and Dr. Chris Fomunyoh, Senior Associate for Africa, NDI (3.5 MB)
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Le 7 Novembre 2004
Radio France Internationale
France
"Christopher Fomunyo - Responsable du National Democratic Institute de Washington" Par Philippe Leymarie

Nous devons reconnaitre qu'il y a des valeurs universelles...

Retour sur la presidentielle americaine qui a vu la reelection de George W. Bush avec l'analyse d'un Camerounais qui vit aux Etats-Unis. Il s'agit de Christopher Fomunyo, du National Democratic Institute de Washington. Il est l'invite de Philippe Leymarie. Écouter (05 min et 56 s)
October 28, 2004
Voice of America
Washington, USA
Challenges Remain to Consolidating Democracy in Several African Countries. Read | Download
Augest 13, 2003
Minnesota Public Radio
France
Conflict easing in Liberia:
Chris Fomunyoh, senior associate for Africa at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in Washington, DC was a guest on the Minnesota Public Radio "Midmorning" programm.  Écouter
May 5, 2003
BBC's Newshour
Discussion with NDI's Senior Associate for Africa Christopher Fomunyoh and George Shire on BBC'c Newshour
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January 25, 2002
Toronto, Canada

View Dr. Fomunyoh's discussion on "Democratization in Fits and Starts: The Challenges Ahead" at the National Forum on Africa Meeting,organized by the Canadian Center for Foreign Policy Development at the Department of Foreig n Affairs and International Trade and partner universities, Toronto,Canada, January 25, 2002
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Le 5 Janvier 2000
Los Angeles/Berkeley
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Audio version: LA Berkeley, Morning Show
Chris Fomunyoh speaks on recent events in Cote d'Ivoire

Chicago Radio

29 December, 1999
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Audio version: Chicago Radio, Worldview
Chris Fomunyoh speaks on recent events in Cote d'Ivoire

National Public Radio
26 December, 1999
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Audio version: NPR, All Things Considered -
Cote D'Ivoire, interview with Chris Fomunyoh

The President of the Cote d'Ivoire, commonly known as the Ivory Coast, today fled the country in the wake of Friday's coup, leaving questions about the future of one of Africa's most stable countries. Chris Fomunyoh, regional director for East and West Africa at the National Democratic Institute (Washington DC), visited Cote d' Ivoire just last week, and says he too was caught by surprise by the takeover led by Gen. Robert Guie (Gay). <<text version: read more...>>