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Josep Anglada Bigordá
January 8, 2011

This article analyzes the cult of personality surrounding the former dictator Macias and current President Obiang.

Joanna Boampong
January 5, 2011

This work undertakes a transatlantic study of writings by Donato Ndongo (Equatorial Guinea), Mayra Montero (Cuba and Puerto Rico), and Luis Goytisolo (Spain). It underscores the kind of post-colonial criticism that subverts Eurocentric discourses of power-as manifested in religious, scientific, and economic contexts-not merely by outright rejection but by engagement, coercion, and appropriation.

International Business Publications, USA
January 8, 2011

Basic business legislation, laws, export-import regulations affecting business, business climate and contacts. Updated annually

International Business Publications, USA
January 9, 2011

Annual overview of political & economic conditions in Equatorial Guinea, including foreign relations, energy sector development and communications.

International Business Publications, USA
January 9, 2011

Yearly report as part of the World Business Information Catalog on recent economic and political developments and changes in Equatorial Guinea that affect the international business environment.

Dirección General de Marruecos y Colonias
January 29, 2011

Statistics from the general population census carried out by the Spanish colonial government in 1950

Human Rights Watch
January 1, 2011

Equatorial Guinea remains mired in corruption, poverty, and repression under the leadership of Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the country's president for over 30 years.

January 31, 2011

The African Union’s decision to appoint Teodoro Obiang, the long-serving president of Equatorial Guinea, as its next chairperson places pressure on the Equatoguinean government to fulfill its obligations to the African Union and other multilateral organizations regarding democracy, human rights, social justice, and corruption, EG Justice said today.

January 31, 2011

Human rights activists are expressing outrage at the selection of Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang as the new rotating head of the African Union.  They say the choice of a former coup leader comes at a very bad time, with two dozen African countries holding elections this year.

World Bank
January 1, 2011

A database of indicators for topics related to demographics, economics, fiscal policy, and social development.

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