Information Center: 2003

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International Monetary Fund
December 9, 2003

Economic and social development indicators and discussions published annually by the IMF.

U.S. Department of State and the National Intelligence Council
Bennett Freeman
March 17, 2003

Discusses the merits of why revenue transparency is important for both a given country and the United States government with special attention given to Equatorial Guinea as an example.

International Monetary Fund
December 9, 2003

Economic overview and analysis of Equatorial Guinea by the IMF.

The Economist
January 1, 2003

Even with the advent of huge oil revenues in such countries as Equatorial Guinea, the country still remains in poverty. The article discusses what occurs to a tiny state that is enriched with oil discoveries. A normative analysis is given.

The Journal of African History (2003), 44:1:95-116
Alicia Campos
June 9, 2003

The demise of Spanish colonialism in Central Africa has to be understood as part of the general process of African decolonization. In accepting the methodological framework proposed by some historians for studying the collapse of European domination in the continent, we can explain the independence of Equatorial Guinea, in 1968, as a result of the interaction between three different factors: international, metropolitan and colonial. This article delineates the decolonization of the only Spanish colony south of the Sahara, its main argument being that, in the case of Equatorial Guinea, the international factor – specifically, the role of the United Nations – is fundamental to the understanding of the timing, the actors' strategies and the results.

Catholic Relief Services
Ian Gary & Terry Lynn Karl
June 1, 2003

Addresses the oil boom that African countries have experienced historically, with particular attention given to Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Chad and Sudan, as well as the particular pitfalls and paradoxes that accompany African petro-states.

United Nations Commission on Human Rights
Ambeyi Ligabo
January 9, 2003

Report by Mr. Ambeyi Ligabo, Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of opinion and expression, a mission to Equatorial Guinea, in which he details and analyzes how the government has hindered the growth of opinion within the country.

United Nations Commission on Human Rights
January 9, 2003

Presents and analyzes information on the situation of the right to freedom of opinion and expression received by the Special Rapporteur before and during his visit to Equatorial Guinea, from December 2 - 7, 2002.

United Nations Human Rights Council
February 25, 2003

The present report supplements the main report submitted by the Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers to the Commission on Human Rights. It reflects specific situations alleged to be affecting the independence of the judiciary or violating the right to a fair trial in a number of countries, including Equatorial Guinea. Further, it presents any replies received from the Government of the country concerned in response to specific allegations together with the Special Rapporteur’s comments and observations.

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