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Event

Cry Havoc: Simon Mann's Account of his Failed Equatorial Guinea Coup Attempt

Tuesday 1 November 2011 13:00 to 14:00 GMT

Location

Chatham House, London

Participants

Simon Mann, Author and Coup Attempt Leader
Discussant: Alex Vines, Research Director, Regional and Security Studies, Chatham House, and author, Well Oiled: Oil and Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea
Chair: Professor Nana Poku, John Ferguson Professor of African Studies and Dean, School of Social and International Studies, University of Bradford


Type: Members Events

The speaker will outline his version of events surrounding the failed coup attempt against Equatorial Guinea in 2004. He will contend that a number of governments had prior knowledge and offered tacit endorsement of the coup attempt.  

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Resources:

Audio (MP3) Cry Havoc: Simon Mann’s Account of his Failed Equatorial Guinea Coup Attempt (Click to download)

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Filesize: 11.95 MB, Length: 25:58

Audio (MP3) Q&A Recording (Click to download)

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Filesize: 19.43 MB, Length: 42:18

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