Guinea Bissau

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UNIOGBIS

United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Guinea Bissau (UN-Peacebuilding)
Begin: 01/10

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ECOMIB

ECOWAS Mission in Guinea Bissau

Begin: 04/12

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EU gives boost to Guinea-Bissau after years of instability (26.03.2015)

International donors pledged more than €1 billion for Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday to support a 10-year development plan aimed at giving the country a new start after prolonged political instability.

Security Sector Reform in Guinea-Bissau: an opportunity not to be missed – ICG briefing (19.03.2015)

A legitimate civilian government, economic improvement and an army that has lost credibility are an opportunity for Guinea-Bissau. Regional and international partners meeting in Brussels on 25 March should commit to finance security sector reform to help the small state move beyond its history of...

Security Council extends UN Guinea-Bissau office for another year (18.02.2015)

The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Peace-Building Office in Guinea-Bissau, known as UNIOGBIS, so that it can continue to assist in tackling a range of political, security and development challenges in the country.

Security Council extends UN Guinea-Bissau office for three months (25.11.2014)

The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Peace-Building Office in Guinea-Bissau, known as UNIOGBIS, so that it can continue to assist in tackling a range of political, security and development challenges in the country.

Guinea-Bissau's President pardons 2012 coup attempt soldiers (01.10.2014)

President Vaz said Tuesday he wanted to offer "an encouraging gesture of forgiveness" as he tries to reconcile all factions in the troubled West African nation.

The evolving drug trade in Guinea-Bissau and West Africa (28.07.2014)

Has Guinea-Bissau become Africa's first narco-state or is it actually losing its importance as a transshipment center? For Davin O'Regan, such an either-or question is too local. Drug trafficking, if it is to be analyzed properly, must be treated as a regional rather than national-level phenomenon.

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