In one of the more interesting articles in this book, Warilea Iamo, a Papua New Guinean
anthropologist, says about his experiences as a postgraduate student in the United States:
Paris called on the military government to "show responsibility and to listen to the Guinean
people's legitimate aspiration to democratically choose their leaders".
Authorities are unable to prevent Guinean
territory from being used as a storage depot, and transshipment point by international narcotics gangs moving cocaine, amphetamines and heroin to markets predominantly in Europe.
rights group has said 157 people were killed and more than 1,200 others wounded when protesters rallied against plans by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, the country's military ruler, to run for president next year.
In the aftermath of the 2009 massacre, it became clearly apparent the failures of Guinean
Law Enforcement to adequately and honestly address a counter-narcotics strategy during the summer of 2009 were largely due to the failure of Guinean
Law Enforcement to be effective in any arena.
There are credible allegations that Guinean
military officials are facilitating drug trafficking through Guinea.
By Christmas, the figure was being put at 6,000, but there are indications that more foreigners mostly Guineans
, Senegalese and Nigerians have left since the dawn of the New Year.
Papua New Guineans
were expected to step aside on the footpaths or roads at the approach of a white (did this also happen on mission stations, I wonder?
Through its three-day visit, the delegation will hold meetings with Guinean
officials of the ministries of foreign affairs, mines, agriculture and health.
What is still lacking, however, is a study of how Melanesian New Guineans
perceived Europeans' (97).
communication advisors were like sponges.
ER & DS: In your free time you like playing football--forward, if I remember correctly--a pastime you share with your fellow Guineans