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Review of Surveys of African Economies, Vol. V, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Burundi, Equatorial Guinea, and Rwanda
Analysis of the economic history, current economic situation, and possible future effects on the economies of these African countries.
A continent constantly redefining itself, Africa is as diverse as it is majestic. The Cultural Atlas of Africa vividly depicts the rich culture, history, and geography of this vast land through a brilliant melding of text and lavish images. Up-to-date information and colorful new maps and photographs allow the myriad cultures of this continent come alive.
An important book that's becoming an indispensable theoretical and practical guide for teachers of the African novel and indeed of African literature in general.
Deep description of every African country. The Monographic Collection includes information about different cultures, languages, geography, economics, politics, and people. Great collection for those interested in learning about every country in the African continent.
Casebook of geopolitics and geostrategy in many countries across Africa.
Classic African studies reference work that evaluates the leading sources of information (other than bibliographies) on Africa South of the Sahara published in English and French, and in a number of other European languages.
EG Justice sent a letter to the members of the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs regarding a hearing on "Examining the U.S. Policy Response to Entrenched African Leadership," expressing appreciation that they held a hearing on this critical U.S. foreign policy topic, but also disappointment that President Teodoro Obiang, the longest-ruling leader in the world, was not addressed.
A book that analyzes a number of the challenges faced by African countries.
Imported malaria among African immigrants: is there still a relationship between developed countries and their ex-colonies?
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.
The existence of human rights helps secure the peace, deter aggression, promote the rule of law, combat crime and corruption, and prevent humanitarian crises. These human rights include freedom from torture, freedom of expression, press freedom, women's rights, children's rights, and the protection of minorities. The book surveys the countries of Africa and is augmented by a current bibliography and useful indexes by subject, title and author.