Information Center: 01/2006

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John Quigley
January 1, 2006

"The Genocide Convention" explores the question of whether the law, and genocide law in particular, can prevent mass atrocities.

Fundación Paz y Solidaridad Serafín Aliaga de Comisiones Obreras
Alicia Campos Serrano and Plácido Micó Abogo
January 1, 2006

This study analyzes workers’ conditions and rights in Equatorial Guinea. The beginning of this study shows a synthetic description of current working conditions and workers’ rights in the country based on different human rights reports. The second part covers the intense labor history of what is known today as Equatorial Guinea from the 19th century to present. The third part analyzes labor relations existing today within the country’s present political and economic context as it would be impossible to understand them otherwise. And lastly, the fourth part observes workers’ organizational initiatives, the difficulties they encounter and existing future prospects for a trade union movement in Equatorial Guinea.

Muakuku Rondo Igambo
January 7, 2006

The main focus of the book - the governance of multi-ethnic states - is crucial in contemporary times and whether we give our children a just, peaceful and culturally rich world or a mess full of violence, hatred and injustice depends on whether we resolve this issue.

Benjamin T Watson
January 29, 2006

ʺAs United States Africa policy becomes inextricably tied to U.S. energy security and the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), it becomes increasingly important to assess the U.S. military’s posture in relation to American interests. One particular African sub-region that has only recently begun to capture U.S. attention is the Gulf of Guinea. In order to better protect its rapidly expanding strategic interests in the Gulf of Guinea, the United States needs to consider significant changes to its military posture in west/central Africa.ʺ

Noelle Francesca Kumpel
January 1, 2006

This cross-disciplinary study considers the complex and dynamic interactions between market, hunter, and prey along an entire bushmeat chain in continental Equatorial Guinea, thus enabling evaluation of the sustainability of the system under different policy scenarios.

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