Guinea Bissau Author Pans and Praises His Country
His book's back cover says that "among many negative characterizations, Guinea Bissau has been called a poor country, a 'non-state,' an unstable state, a nonviable state, a narco-state, a failed state, and, at best, a country that is too problematical." A rural village on the island of Canhabaque, Guinea Bissau.
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