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Equatorial Guinea - News and Analysis
Will Oil Resources be a Blessing or a Curse for Malawi?
With its natural resources, Malawi has the opportunity to take the road less travelled: that of transparency, accountability and shared prosperity.
Monkey Business: The Rise of Bushmeat
Tackling booming bushmeat trade will require offering local alternatives as well as effective enforcement.
The Contradictions of the UNESCO Obiang Prize
Open letters urge UNESCO to reconsider awarding $3m to President Obiang.
Africa Cup of Nations: the Continent's Biggest Sporting Event Begins
Equatorial Guinea and Gabon gear up for three weeks of football.
Consensual Rape in Francafrique Currency Markets
Fourteen African countries are set to suffer as a result of France's neo-colonialist self-interests.
Where Oppression Still Reigns
Archbishop Desmond Tutu argues that the people of Equatorial Guinea need justice, not a $3 million science prize funded by their president.
“The Ironies are Just too Much”
Equatorial Guinea hosts the 17th African Union Summit for Youth Empowerment for Sustainable Development.
“Healthy People, Healthy Business” - a Discussion at the World Economic Forum on Africa
Private sector health initiatives are supported, but the real lessons may be for governments.
"Too Early To Say"
China's relationship with Africa in historical perspective.
Interview with James Brabazon
Chad: Power Abroad, Trouble at Home
Watching the Watchmen: The Role of Election Observers in Africa
New Big Man, Old Politics: The Challenging Road Ahead for CAR's Djotodia