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EG Justice
April 6, 2009

A summary of the international conference, "Between Three Continents: Rethinking Equatorial Guinea on the 40th Anniversary of Its Independence from Spain". From April 2nd to 4th, speakers from around the world shared their expertise on Equatorial Guinea in various panels.

The World Today, Volume 65, Number 3
Adam Roberts
March 1, 2009

An article that analyzes the alleged February 2009 coup d'etat attempt on the Presidential Palace in Malabo and the resilience of President Obiang Nguema.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
January 31, 2009

This second country report offers an update on the progress made towards meeting each of the MDGs, emphasizes the continuing challenges and makes special mention of the development priorities outlined in the strategic plan “Equatorial Guinea Horizon 2020,” where a focused and coordinated effort will allow the country to reach the eight MDGs in 2015.

Filip van Dingenen
October 1, 2009

Explores the Sabater Pi Collection, which is housed at the University of Barcelona, from artist Jordi Sabater Pi. This artist had worked extensively within Equatorial Guinea and this paper examines the relationship the artist had with this region of the world.

David Casavis
October 1, 2009

Describes the obstacles that the United Nations Smallpox Eradication/Measles Control Program had in Equatorial Guinea with its vaccination program that operated within the country following its independence.

April 29, 2009

EG Justice collaborated with Publish What You Pay to produce a video that highlights the importance of revenue transparency in oil rich countries like Equatorial Guinea.

Christian Science Monitor
Kari Barber
November 6, 2009

A video that highlights the disparity between economic and social developments in Equatorial Guinea.

Enrique Nzang Okenve
April 2, 2009

The main thesis of this work is that political stability in Equatorial Guinea is fundamentally a result of an existing political culture characterized, among other things, by an ethos of self-repression. This political culture has made it possible for a technically and ideologically feeble regime to remain in power for three decades. In a country with a population of only half a million people, where civil society is almost non-existent; and family obligations carry a significant weight; this political culture makes any type of
political change very difficult. I will try to show how the Obiang Nguema regime has encouraged a system of societal selfrepression, which has become the most effective tool for socio-political control in Equatorial Guinea, and the fundamental obstacle to political change

The Economist
January 1, 2009

Examines the country of Equatorial Guinea and its state as a large exporter of petroleum. Critiques countries such as U.S. and China who maintain good relations with the country, even though it has one of the worst human rights records.

The Economist
January 1, 2009

This article discusses the role that Equatorial Guinea has in modern international politics. Mentioned in the article are the following: 2009 Presidential Election; efforts by Equatorial Guinea to improve its standing; and its relations with foreign countries.

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