Championing Diplomatic Intercourse: The Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute (FSI)...

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By John Yormie Introduction/Background Liberia an independent State since 1847 (Guannu, J.S; 2010) has enjoyed not only the pleasure of diplomatic immunities and rights of sovereign...

House Divided Cannot Stand: Discrimination Against Gbi and Doru in Nimba...

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By Jerry Barcon, Contributing Writer Nimba County like other counties in Liberia, does have prevailing ethnic issues acted as a trigger for conflicts. Most often, land...

Enjoining Issues with Senator Darius Dillon

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This newspaper enjoins issues with Senator Darius Dillon calling for a comprehensive audit of the legislature. There have been varying reactions to the Senator’s...

Drawing Lessons From the Henry Costa Fiasco

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This newspaper, the Daily Observer, has consistently cautioned this government against official behavior of a kind which drags the country’s reputation as well as...

Liberian Supreme Court: A Need to Restore Public Confidence

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Courts in functioning democracies around the world are established to do justice by scrupulously applying the law without fear or favor. They all operate...

Legality and Logic – Seven Reasons Why Sierra Leone Will Not...

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By Martin K. N. Kollie  I am not a graduate or a student of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law. Neither do I claim...

The Tragedy of Investment in Security Sector Reform in Liberia

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... Evidenced by refusal of the law enforcement agencies to break from the past By Saint Jerome Larbelee In all post-conflict countries and countries transitioning from...

Some Things Are Better Not Said and So Much the Better

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Over the weekend, a national football icon, Dominic Vava George was laid to rest. With the exception of family members and a few friends,...

“Be Thou Diligent to Know the State of Thy Flocks, and...

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The January 6th protest is now history. Its fallout effects remain yet unclear. However, from the look of things, neither side appeared to have...

It Takes Two to Tango

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Over the last few days public attention has been focused on President Weah with much of the blame for what protesters claim is poor...

Is “Over-Americanization Of Liberia” the Main Problem to Our Underdevelopment and...

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The Perspective launched a debate recently on the situation of our national economy upon the publication of the report by the Liberian Economy Group...

Liberia’s Problem: A Critical Lack of Leadership Committed to Serve and...

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Shortly after Representative Yekeh Kolubah disclosed to the media that he had been reliably informed that President Weah had ordered the arrest of organizers...

Help Ease the Tension! Count the Money in CBL’s Vaults!

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Information filtering into the offices of this newspaper suggesting that the international community, including ECOWAS, the UN, the US Embassy and those of Sweden...

The Enemies Remain: Ignorance, Disease and Poverty

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Lekpele M. Nyamalon Some Forty-four years ago, President William R. Tolbert Jr. declared a state of war on the trio enemies of National development....

USAID Awards $16M to Nathan to Fight Corruption, but Says Nothing...

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By J. Yanqui Zaza The United States agency for International Development has awarded a $16M contract to Nathan, a private international economic and analytics consulting...

“Pride Goeth Before Destruction, and a Haughty Spirit Before a Fall.”

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At long last, the tension which seemed to have gripped the nation has subsided, at least for a while, probably until the next promised...

Preventing Another Bloodbath in Liberia: A Case for International Intervention

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By Gabriel I.H. Williams During the course of recent weeks, Liberia has made many international headlines. The country is being featured in international news reports...

Rumors Of Impending Demonstration

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Peace and stability By J. Patrick Flomo "…They shall beat their swords into ploughshares, and their spears into pruninghooks..." (Isaiah 24) The tsunami of urban unrest propelled...

Is Liberia in Terror and President Weah Does Not See It—or...

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When on Monday, January 22, 2018 President George Weah took the oath of office during his inauguration as President of the Republic of Liberia,...

Those With Ears, Let Them Hear!

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The message from the mediators, including the UN and the Interfaith Mediation Council should send a clear message to those advocating the use of...