"… if we do not ask, if we do not question, if we do not witness, if we do not remember, and if we do not speak out when so-called “quiet diplomacy” goes unanswered, then we shall become part of the conspiracy of silence that only leads to greater tragedy.”
- John Bennett, U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea (1991-1994), farewell address, 1994
The protests sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East have inspired demands for political reform in Equatorial Guinea.
The Open Society Justice Initiative has published a background paper that assesses the failure of UNESCO to screen funds from donors to prevent money laundering, as occurred with the UNESCO-Obiang prize.
Tutu Alicante provides an overview of the situation in Equatorial Guinea, highlighting the disparity between the country's high wealth and the low quality of life of most Equatoguineans.
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