July 2011
Guinea Country Review;2011, p6
Country Report
The article provides an overview of the political history in Guinea from Common Era (CE) to the inauguration of Lansana Conté as the country's president in January 1994.


Related Articles

  • Political History of Guinea since World War Two. SCHMIDT, ELIZABETH // American Historical Review;Apr2015, Vol. 120 Issue 2, p758 

    No abstract available.

  • CIA - The World Factbook -- Guinea.  // CIA World Fact Book;2007, p98 

    An encyclopedia entry for the federal Republic of Guinea is presented. Guinea is located in Western Africa. Its climate is generally hot and humid and its terrain is generally flat coastal plain. The estimated population of Guinea in July 2006 was 9,690,222. Since February 26, 2007, the head of...

  • CIA - The World Factbook -- Guinea.  // CIA World Fact Book;2008, p1 

    The article provides information on Guinea, a former French colony. It is located in Western Africa between Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone. The estimated population of the country as of July 2007 was 9,947,814, with Islam the major religion. Guinea has a federal-type of government. Also included...

  • Guinea schedules first multi-party elections.  // Africa Report;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p11 

    Reports on the first multiparty elections in Guinea scheduled by President Lansana Conte for December 5, 1993. Conte as presidential candidate of the Party for Unity and Progress (PUP); Leading opposition parties; Political re-alignments and consolidation; Violence from opposition...

  • POLITICAL OVERVIEW.  // Equatorial Guinea Country Review;2007, p7 

    This section presents an overview of the political conditions in Equatorial Guinea.

  • History.  // Equatorial Guinea Country Review;2010, p6 

    The article offers an overview of the political history of Equatorial Guinea stating the possibility of the first inhabitant of the areas to be pygmies.

  • Government Functions.  // Equatorial Guinea Country Review;2010, p28 

    The article offers an overview of government functions in Equatorial Guinea stating the potential of its leaders to draw support from ethnic groups and party affiliation.

  • Government Structure.  // Equatorial Guinea Country Review;2010, p30 

    The article offers an overview of the government structure in Equatorial Guinea stating that its cabinet is composed of Council of Ministers appointed by the president.

  • History.  // Guinea Country Review;2010, p6 

    The article presents an overview of the political conditions in Guinea including the entrance of Portuguese that established their 400-year control of both the area and the growing slave trade, the making of Conakry as an important port city in Guinea and the move of Guinea to reject the...

  • The dialectics of citizenship and ethnicity in Guinea. Groelsema, Robert J. // Africa Today;Jul-Dec98, Vol. 45 Issue 3/4, p411 

    Argues that citizenship rights, by virtue of their association with the `amoral' civic public domain, are being ignored at a potentially high cost to the success of democratic reforms in Guinea. Link between civic republican citizenship and moral primordial republic; Cultural basis of...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics