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Philip M Parker
December 11, 2006

The purpose of this study is to understand the density of demand within Equatorial Guinea and the extent to which Luba might be used as a point of distribution within Africa. From an economic perspective, however, Luba does not represent a population within rigid geographical boundaries, rather, it represents an area of dominant influence over markets in adjacent areas. This influence varies from one industry to another, but also from one period of time to another. In what follows, I summarize the economic potential for Luba over the next five years for hundreds of industries, categories and products. The goal of this report is to report the real economic potential, or what an economist calls the latent demand, represented by Luba when defined as an area of dominant influence.

Nick Bicanic, Jason Bourque, Remy Kozak, and Purpose Films
July 9, 2006

Thousands of private soldiers operate in Iraq alone... and many more around the world. These individuals, known as private security contractors, are changing the face of modern warfare everyday while their world has remained mystery to those at home. Shadow Company is the groundbreaking investigative feature-length documentary that seeks out and reveals the origins and destinations of these modern-day mercenaries. Who are these security contractors ? What do they do ? Why do they do it ?

New Statesman
May 8, 2006

Teodoro Obiang Nguema, current President of Equatorial Guinea, is profiled in this article. Special attention is given to qualify the statement of Obiang being one of the most prominent dictators of the early 21st century.

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.

Michael Ugarte
October 8, 2006

Article discusses Spanish colonialism and its continuing impact on Equatorial Guinea.

M. Vishnevsky
April 3, 2006

Details the relationship that major world powers have with the continent of Africa with special emphasis being given to their pursance of oil reserves in differentiating countries there.

Ken Silverstein
April 19, 2006

This article examines the relationship between the President of Equatorial Guinea and the United States, scrutinizing the U.S. and its decision to ignore human rights abuses within the country.

Juan José Diaz Matarranz
October 4, 2006

Book about the Spanish colonial government of José de la Puente y Bassavé between 1893 and 1895.

Cano J, Descalzo MA, Moreno M, Chen Z, Nzambo S, Bobuakasi L, Buatiche JN, Ondo M, Micha F, and Benito A
March 23, 2006

Malaria transmission changes from one country to another. Also, there are many differences between time and space in another country. The purpose of this study was to determine the geographic variability of entomoloical parameters.

Hans M Zell
May 31, 2006

Published in dual print and electronic formats, this is a new edition of a much acclaimed reference source that brings together a wide range of sources of information in the African studies field, covering both print and electronic sources. It evaluates the best online resources, the major general reference tools in print format, current bibliographies and indexing services, biographical, cartographic, statistical and economic resources, as well as film and video resources. Additionally, there are separate sections on African studies library collections and repositories throughout the world, a directory of over 250 African studies journals; listings of news sources, profiles of publishers active in the African studies field, dealers and distributors of African studies materials, African studies societies and associations, major African and international organizations, donor agencies and foundations, awards and prizes in African studies, electronic mailing lists and discussion forums, and more.

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