Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Maritime Boundries

April 2, 2010. Oilprice.com article entitled, "Tensions Build in Gulf of Guinea as Competition for Economic Resources Increases"

"The five-year, $250-million Equatorial Guinea maritime security program - essentially the build-up of an integrated naval and air capability - announced on February 24, 2010, signalled the start of a re-defined strategic architecture in West Africa. It has brought a coherent military-security framework into life, highlighting issues which are vital to the welfare of the regional states in a way in which some earlier boundary disputes were not."


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