A new documentary about Equatorial Guinea and the exiled writer Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel provides an honest, critical examination of the country's political, social, and cultural issues.
A post-colonial visual meditation on archive, memory, and colonial violence.
How does the world's longest serving autocrat remain in power?
Dan Magaziner gets to shake the hand of Paul Kagame, a man many consider a dictator at best and a war criminal at worst.
Carnival in Rio de Janeiro as a site for the politics of influence by one of Africa's most brutal dictatorships.
In 2012, Genoveva Añonma, an exceptional talent in the women’s game, was subjected to gender testing--not uncommon in football.
Obiang’s son offers Equatorial Guinea’s national team a bonus of $6,7m if they beat Spain in friendly
We’re beginning to think the higher-ups at the Spanish FA didn’t really prepare themselves for what
Amidst the worst economic and social crisis Spain can remember, there is an iconic institution living
How much of the Equatorial Guinean public purse did the Obiangs pay to the Spanish FA to make a meaningless match between its national teams happen?
Sample lyric: "I bless the rains down in Africa"
When it comes to football punditry, hindsight is the easy way out. So while your very
The fortunes of Sudan and Equatorial Guinea at AFCON 2012. The latter especially, a squad cobbled together by naturalizing players from Brazil and Spain.
The 28th edition of the African Cup of Nations kicks off in Gabon and Equitorial Guinea
In May 2000 The Economist ran a cover story: “Africa. The Hopeless Continent.” People talked about
Demba Ba has a habit of falling to his knees post-goal and praying.
What’s to celebrate on independence day in the land of the current chairman of the African
Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, posing here with President Barack Obama and their respective wives, has been
Zimbabwe’s regime got so nervous about events in North Africa, that police arrested and tortured 45
A number of North American pop artists have lent their star power to African dictators.