Tuesday Aug 12
Africa Leaders' Summit: Send the Right Message
Three notorious African leaders - Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, Eritrea's Isaias Afewerki, and Sudan's Omar al-Bashir - are not invited to this week's U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. But a number of other long-ruling African strongmen, like Angola's JosA© Eduardo dos Santos, Equatorial Guinea's Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, and ... (more)
Mon Aug 11, 2014
TruthSeeker24's anti-N.W.O. corner
Foreign Policy Issues and Issues in America
There is more information coming about the 2014 U.S.-African leaders' summit. The summit wanted to invest in the next generation of African human beings.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
The Washington Post
Inviting a continent to dinner insults African reformers
The African leaders summit in Washington and the coverage thereof perpetuated a number of unhelpful myths about the countries that attended.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Obama's Africa Push Shuns Human Rights, Activists Say
Dianda Isomora shouted "Africa is not for sale" into a megaphone outside the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington as President Barack Obama touted $33 billion in U.S. investments for the continent.
Obama's monsters ball: How the White House opened its doors to some ...
Obama's monsters ball: How the White House opened its doors to some of Africa's most evil dictators and homophobes and turned a blind eye to their human rights record Pictured: The 12-year-old charged with murder for stabbing a boy, nine, to death on the playground before calling cops himself to say 'please pick me up' Heartless thug who kicked a ... (more)
Equatorial Guinea Participates In Leader Sessions During U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit
The inaugural U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit has brought African and U.S. leaders together to discuss and address issues of shared interest and mutual concern.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Los Angeles Times
President Obama's troubling dinner party
President Obama speaks at the U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington, D.C. Obama's announcement Tuesday of $14 billion in new investments by U.S. companies -- many of them in a program called Power Africa aimed at bringing electricity to the continent's underdeveloped interior -- was intended... President Obama speaks at the U.S.-Africa Business ... (more)
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Why this week's Africa Summit needs to pay more than just lip service to human rights and good governance.
Africa's Leaders Aim To Change Perception Of The Continent
Africa rarely gets a break in the news headlines, anyway. But as the spread of the deadly Ebola virus continues to dominate the news cycle, there's a very different story about Africa that threatens to be forgotten.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Now Africa goes to America, but when will the world come to us?
The first US-Africa Leaders Summit starts tomorrow in Washington, DC. Given the United States' pre-eminence in the world, you would think these summits would have been running for decades.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Africa: Statement of Senator Patrick Leahy On The U.S.-Africa Summit
Mr. President, as chairman of the subcommittee responsible for funding and oversight of our nation's foreign assistance budget, I have witnessed firsthand the significant gains achieved by many African countries over the last 20 years.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Humans Rights Watch
Equatorial Guinea: Halt Prisoner Torture
President Obiang is trying to shed his image as the head of a corrupt and abusive government.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
The Star Online
Obama urges African nations not to make economic 'excuses'
U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday gave a preview of a summit he will hold with African leaders next week, saying African nations should look inward for solutions to economic woes and not make "excuses" based on a history of dependence and colonization.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Inter Press Service
Oil Lubricates Equatorial Guinea's Entry into Portuguese Language Community
Equatoguinean President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has sidestepped accusations of human rights violations and won his country membership in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries .
African leaders' immunity and ICC neocolonialism
It was reported with that classic sensationalism used to talk about Africa as a strange and distant world, as much funny as incomprehensible, without interest for the West until a European state decides to send its soldiers there on a "humanitarian" mission.
Mail & Guardian
SA can save Equatorial Guinea
I have always thought of the new South Africa as a beacon of freedom and democracy, and more recently as a continental leader.