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Empresas, diásporas y petróleo: hacia una transformación de la economía política en Guinea Ecuatorial

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  • Francisco Jiménez Bautista

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  • Carlos Oyono Nvé Oyana

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En este artículo se pretende mostrar la relación directa que existe entre la democracia y los derechos humanos en Guinea Ecuatorial y su correspondencia en las formas de corrupción que no son propias de la cultura de una democracia moderna y pacífica. Se hace un mayor énfasis en establecer las bases para la construcción de una cultura pacífica en Guinea Ecuatorial. En este país existen unos conflictos políticos que no se externalizan en las Agendas mundiales al considerarse de menor cuantía estas formas de violencia directa, estructural y cultural que lleva sufriendo el pueblo guineano durante cuarenta y tres años de las dictaduras de los Nguemistas.4 Se concluye la reflexión señalando la necesidad de transformar dichos conflictos para buscar la paz, donde el poder político y la democracia constituyen los ejes centrales para salir de la barbarie y soñar con una Cultura de paz donde brille la protección de los Derechos Humanos. ****** In this research we want to show the direct relation which exist between democracy and the Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea and its correspondence in the forms of corruption that are not characteristic of the culture of a modern and peaceful democracy. We are going to emphasize the establishment of bases for building a peaceful culture in Equatorial Guinea. Where there are few political conflicts that are not externalized in global agendas, considering small claims such direct violence, structural and cultural, that has been suffering Guinean people for forty-three years of dictatorship of Nguemists. We indicate the desire of transform these conflicts to seek peace, where political power and democracy is the central themes to emerge from barbarism and dream of a culture of peace where shine the protection of Human Rights.

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  • Francisco Jiménez Bautista & Carlos Oyono Nvé Oyana, 2014. "Empresas, diásporas y petróleo: hacia una transformación de la economía política en Guinea Ecuatorial," DIMENSIÓN EMPRESARIAL, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DEL CARIBE, February.
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    1. Henry Mintzberg, 1978. "Patterns in Strategy Formation," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 24(9), pages 934-948, May.
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