Information Center: Article, 2006

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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.

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.

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.

Eduardo Cue
September 17, 2006

This article examines the growing relationship between the United States and the government of Equatorial Guinea as it became an exporter of petroleum.

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.

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

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