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<description descriptionType="Other">Collection Stichproben Issue 30, 2016.
Special Issue: Guinea: One Revolution at a Time.
Carole Ammann, Michelle Engeler, Johannes Knierzinger (eds.)</description>
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<description descriptionType="Other">Between 2005 and 2010, a political crisis besieged the Republic of Guinea, nearly rendering the country ungovernable and posing serious security risks for the already instable West African region. The initial episodes of the crisis consisted of general strikes through which a coalition of trade unions and political parties forced ailing President Lansana Conté to sack his cabinet and appoint a national-consensus prime minister. The next episode began with Capt. Moussa Dadis Camara’s coup d’état following Gen. Conté’s death and culminated in the massacre of pro-democracy demonstrators by state security forces. This article explores the crisis and attempts to elucidate the contribution of ECOWAS and other major international stakeholders to the political transition that ensued.</description>
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<description descriptionType="Other">The Guinean state has not only been shaped and reshaped by the political elite, but also by people’s daily actions. Women selling at Dibida market in Kankan, the stronghold of Guinea’s current President Alpha Condé, are doing politics although in interviews they often deny to do so. Thus, I propose to focus on these women’s everyday agency so as to reveal their modes of political articulation and to illustrate how they influence governmental discourses and practices. Drawing on ethnographic research, I highlight the phenomenon of everyday politics by focussing on Kankan’s market women’s interactions with the local government represented by actors such as tax collectors, members of the market office, and other administrative employees. The aim is to gain insight into modes of political articulations that are hardly visible, hence difficult to grasp and analyse. I illustrate that market women, despite not forming a strong network, are able to put pressure on the local government by their sheer number and can thus sometimes pursue their goals.</description>
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<title>Being Young in the Guinée Forestière: Members of Youth Associations as Political Entrepreneurs</title>
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<description descriptionType="Other">This paper is a contribution to a better understanding on what it means to be young and to grow up amidst political transformation processes in Guinea in the 2000s. It focuses on students and graduates in Guéckédou, a border town in the Guinée Forestière. How do these youths gain a living and participate in a complex and turbulent socio-political landscape? The qualitative research showed that they followed various economic activities in parallel; amongst others they were busy with so-called youth associations, the main focus of this paper. I argue that these youth associations can be described as self-created arenas for both economic and political participation. Thus, the members represent “political entrepreneurs” as their practices have to be situated in-between money- making, investment and political involvement. Interestingly, they thereby collaborate with various actors and institutions, including local elders, the state administration or local political parties and NGOs.</description>
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<description descriptionType="Other">L'affirmation selon laquelle les pouvoirs «traditionnels» auraient disparu sous Sékou Touré est symptomatique des rapports entre l’exercice du pouvoir central et les réalités locales en Guinée. L’entremêlement des pouvoirs déconcentrés, décentralisés et locaux depuis la période coloniale reflète la situation politique, économique et organisationnelle au niveau local.
Dans le cadre de l’exercice des normes et droits aux échelles locales et nationales, l’arrivée de nombreuses multinationales minières vient superposer un nouveau niveau de normes. Entre respect du droit local, de la législation nationale et des normes internationales, les compagnies minières doivent composer avec une situation politique qui s’est forgée tout au long des différentes configurations de gouvernance en place en Guinée depuis la colonisation.
Cet article propose une analyse de l’évolution de la gouvernance locale grâce à la compréhension des modes d’organisation et des rapports de force au niveau local et sa mise en perspective diachronique.</description>
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<title>«Il faut être là où l’or sort !»</title>
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<description descriptionType="Other">Ce chapitre aborde l'extraction minière en Afrique de l'Ouest sous l'angle de la mobilité des chercheurs d'or. Il s'intéresse en particulier à l'émergence de modes de vies itinérants dans le secteur des mines d'or artisanales. Je défends l'idée que malgré les risques encourus et l'incertitude des revenus des mines, lors des premières années, les orpailleurs considèrent leur mode de vie itinérant comme une alternative viable aux moyens d'existence conventionnels, ainsi que comme une échappatoire aux trajectoires prescrites dans leurs contextes familiaux. Cependant, l'injonction à se maintenir en mobilité devient aussi une contrainte qui entre alors en contradiction avec les aspirations à se re-sédentariser. Je propose finalement trois types d'arrangements de mobilité au sein de la sphère domestique visant chacun à résoudre ces ambiguïtés en privilégiant soit la mobilité pour ne pas migrer, ou au contraire la migration pour limiter les déplacements.</description>
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<title>Fria in Guinea: A Dismissed Bauxite Town</title>
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<description descriptionType="Other">The article recounts the recent history of the bauxite town Fria, about 100 km north of the capital Conakry. From the late 1950s until 2012, Fria had been the only African producer of aluminum oxide, an intermediate product in the production of aluminum out of bauxite. During a strike in April 2012, the workers of Fria were locked out by the owner, Rusal, a Russian aluminum company, and since then the factory has not resumed production. The article discusses possible reasons for this lock-out and reports on the severe consequences for the population of Fria. It concludes that Rusal’s mode of operation is different from that of Western companies, but the long-term outcomes are not. This concerns the ongoing export of unprocessed bauxite (despite numerous promises to build refineries and smelters), the degradation of working and living conditions and the increased misuse of measures of corporate social responsibility.</description>
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