Geopolitics: Guinea-Bissau - Will it succeed?
Guinea-Bissau is one of the world’s least developed nations and one of the smallest in West Africa. Years of internal conflict has destroyed its infrastructure, caused its administration to collapse and the disintegration of social fabric. GIS expert, Professor Jaime Pinto considers the challenges that lie ahead.
THE people of Guinea-Bissau had had enough.
Fed up with the infighting between politicians and military leaders and then the military's capture of their prime minister and the head of the army, they last year took to the streets. They demanded the return of their PM and some stability to their country – one of the poorest in the world.
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