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Ibrahim K. Sundiata
October 1, 2009

Examines the relationship, as the author refers to, the "Latin and Black Atlantics" in which Equatorial Guinea is currently situated in. An analysis of this relationship is given and examined.

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These books attempt to consolidate the differentiating material about the history of Equatorial Guinea about the given subjects listed in the title.

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Jocelyn Murray
September 4, 1998

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.

Max Liniger-Goumaz
November 6, 1998

Equatorial Guinea is one of the horror stories of the post-colonial era in the developing world. Consisting of the continental territory of Rio Muni and the island of Fernando Po, it was a small but relatively prosperous Spanish colony until 1968. The successor regime of the Nguema clan is a bloody dictatorship, which has destroyed the economy and driven one-third of the population into exile. Today the country is among the world's poorest, and has dropped out of the international system. In recent years France has replaced Spain as the regime's chief economic backer, with no amelioration of its appalling human rights record. This is the first comprehensive monograph in English on Equatorial Guinea, and the Swiss author, Max Liniger-Goumaz, is the acknowledged international authority on the subject. Contents: Physical and Human Geography; The Colonial Period; Independence Miscarried; Demographic and Cultural Aspects of the Nguema Era; The Economy Under the Nguema Dictatorships; Present and Future; Conclusions; Postscript; Bibliographical Note; Short Bibliography of Post-Independence PublicationsàR

Mariano de Castro- Donato Ndongo
January 1, 1998

Description of the Spanish presence in Equatorial Guinea, and how it affected the country to the point to have indepndence and a coup d´etat.

René Pélissier
January 1, 2005

Description of Equatorial Guinea since it was a Spanish colony, its independence, the coup d´etat, and present.

Alejandro Artucio

Historical account of the trials of former dictator Francisco Macias Nguema in Equatorial Guinea.

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

Autobiography of the current President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

Hiroyuki Takemoto, et. al.
May 10, 2005

Examines the brush-like shape of digging sticks used by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodyets) found in Mboete, Equatorial Guinea and how they use this in everyday life. Field research and experimental treatment of trees aided in research.

Juan Maestre Alfonso
April 6, 1987

A five-volume work analyzing the text of the constitutions of Latin American countries, the Philippines and Equatorial Guinea. The first two volumes look at constitutions motivated by revolutionary change, the third looks at national security, and the fourth volume looks at the most democratic examples. Equatorial Guinea is examined in the first volume.

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