Information Center: Newsletter, 2011
Security forces in Equatorial Guinea detained more than 100 youth during the last week of May. The reasons for the detentions remain unclear.
A new report ranks Equatorial Guinea among the world’s worst violators of political and civil liberties.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the detention of a television crew and the destruction of its footage in Equatorial Guinea.
The government of Equatorial Guinea is spending billions on showcase infrastructure projects. Will that lead to sustainable development in Equatorial Guinea?
Transparency advocates are making headway in their effort to extend a U.S. transparency law to other markets.
The protests sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East have inspired demands for political reform in Equatorial Guinea.
The U.S. State Department has released its 2010 Human Rights Report for Equatorial Guinea, which documents the ongoing abuses of human rights and civil liberties.
At the "Busting Bribery" report launch, panelists explored the history of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and its enforcement and discussed the potential consequences of the current efforts on Capitol Hill to amend the Act.
Tutu Alicante speaks with Democracy Now and Al Jazeera about abuses in Equatorial Guinea ahead of the African Union Summit.
This 2011 State Department report finds Equatorial Guinea's response to human trafficking to be inadequate, particularly given the government’s substantial financial resources.