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The Economist
November 3, 2009

Article from The Economist that talks about the elections in Equatorial Guinea. It describes the elections of 2008 and the way they were held.

Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados
October 9, 2009

An overview of laws and decrees passed in Equatorial Guinea between October and December 2008 pertaining to justice, state administration, and the country's 2020 Plan.

Juan Pablo Millet, Patricia Garcia de Olalla, Joaquim Gascón, Jordi Gómez i Prat, Begoña Treviño, M Jesús Pinazo, Juan Cabezos, José Muñoz, Francesc Zarzuela, and Joan A Caylà
May 22, 2009

This study compares Equatorial Guinea's malaria infections with those originating from the rest of Africa and to indicate whether there is conclusive data to illustrate they come from this ex-Spanish colony.

Rosa Medina-Doménech
April 2, 2009

This examines the role that Spanish techno-scientific practices have had on metropolitan Spanish and colonial Equatorial Guinea. Special emphasis is given to identity and the range of biopower technologies in framing this issue.

Rebecca Holmes
September 8, 2009

This article focuses on the disparity between the country's revenue and expected income in comparison to the real household and child poverty in the nation.

Nicolas Donner
October 9, 2009

Analyzes the concept of the ʺoil curseʺ that is rampant in oil-rich African states. Special attention is given to this concept free from bias and other preestablished judgments.

N. A. Dyer, A. Furtado, J. Cano, F. Ferreira, M. Odete Afonso, N. Ndong-Mabale, P. Ndong-Asumu, S. Centeno-Lima, A. Benito, D. Weetman, M. J. Donnelly, and J. Pinto
July 10, 2009

This study analyzes the Tsetse fly of the palpalis group and the genetic differences that are found within geographically separations G.P. palpalis populations.

Millet JP, de Olalla PG, Gascón J, Prat JG, Treviño B, Pinazo MJ, Cabezos J, Muñoz J, Zarzuela F, and Caylà JA
May 22, 2009

The objective of this study was to compare cases of imported malaria originating from the Spanish ex-colony of Equatorial Guinea (EG) with those originating from the rest of Africa (RA). Cases of imported malaria originating in Africa, are more likely to come from the Spanish ex-colony of EG, and VFR are more likely to be affected. It is recommended that developed countries promote prevention programmes, such as CP advice directed at African immigrants, and develop programmes of cooperation against malaria in their ex-colonies.

Ken Silverstein
November 16, 2009

This article details the U.S. Proclamation of 2004 which bars corrupt foreign officials from entering the United States and examines the reasons which allow Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang to enter the country.

Rubin Joshua, David Dan, Willoughby Rodney, Rupprecht Charles, Garcia Cecilia, Guarda Dario, Zohar Zmora, and Stamler Alon
October 5, 2009

This paper describes the Milwaukee Protocol and the problems that are curently occuring when trying to apply this standard to the first report of rabies in Equatorial Guinea.

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