President Weah, Beware of Squealers and Judases

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By: Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction Members of the Congress of Democratic Change, relentlessly continue to argue that the government under the stewardship...

Liberia: Senator Darius Dillon, the Game Is Up

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By Alfred P. B. Kiadii On yesterday, Darius Dillon took to Facebook to double down on his support for Musa Bility, the new chairperson of...

ECOWAS’ Founding Fathers

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The first effort at integration in West Africa dates back to 1945 with the creation of CFA franc that brought the francophone countries of...

Better Money Management, Not More Money Printing

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh When knowledge has been used to inform national decision-makers in Liberia non-violently about the need to carry out Better Money Management rather...

“We Are Still Our Brother’s and Sister’s Keepers”

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Celebrating July 26th, 2021 By Justin V. Kollie “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth…God created man in His own image; in the...

I Humbly Salute Them in their Graves

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By F. Shelton Gonkerwon On tomorrow March 13, 2019 which is declared National Decoration Day tears and fresh memories of sorrow will certainly be ushering...

What Did Finance Minister Amara Konneh Really Say?

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Did Finance and Development Planning Minister Amara Konneh really say what Inprofile and The News newspapers said he did? This is the question on...

Domestic Resource Mobilization: An Alternative To Financing Development in Liberia

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By Ansumana MM Konneh & Musa AF Sherif Murtala Muhammad’s speech, “Africa Has Come of Age”, came as a defying voice against western imperialism in 1976....

Peculiar Armed Forces Day: A Call to Defend the Cause to...

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By Mwalimu-Koh Moses Blonkanjay Jackson (MsEd, EdM) Ivy League Scholar, Mathematician, Critical Thinker, Author Thinking Thoughts In my thinking thoughts, I awoke with mixed feelings that...

Negotiation Is the Only Way Forward

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By Wynfred Russell The dry season is in full swing. But the heat being generated is not coming from the blazing sun above but from...

Long Live the Spirit of Honourable Munah Pelham Youngblood

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By Madam Lebogang Chaka, CEO, Afro Visionary Legacy I am writing this from my home in South Africa, a land that owes much of its...

SIMPLE LOGIC AND THE LAW: You Court Impunity, You Risk Breaking...

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That’s all it takes to cross the line and do the “indefensible” … just to get what you want! By Attorney Keith Neville Asumuyaya Best A...

Chris Patten’s Accusation against China Completely Confuses Right and Wrong

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By the Embassy of the People's Republic of China, Monrovia Recently, a few Liberian media have reproduced an article entitled "China's Leaders Can't Be Trusted"...

Eulogy For Flag Day 2020: Audacity to Still Be A Gbagbatee...

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By Mwalimu-Koh M. Blonkanjay Jackson (MsED, EdM) Scholar, Author/Education Engineer  Simply Thinking Thoughts In my thinking thoughts, I realized it would soon be August 24 and...

Strengthening Democracy: Strong Men vs Strong Institutions

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By Prinston Nimene This article discusses the impact of strong men and strong institutions in the society and goes further to determine which one would...

Be The Light Of Liberia’s Future

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By Alexander Redd We are clamoring for lasting change in Liberia, and hoping that we change the way and manner in which we treat...

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...

An Eye on the Future of Women in ICT as World...

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By John OMO-Secretary General, African Telecommunications Union Today the World celebrates International Women's Day, a day traditionally set aside for celebrating the social, economic, cultural...

AFL & UNSC 1325: Physical or Human Security Recruitment Strategy?

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By James S. Shilue One institution that has shown and continues to demonstrate high level of adaptation and professionalism in the face of the multitude...

Government’s Role in Liberia’s Public Higher Education Financial Constraints

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During a recent research for my blog post on the “Rising Cost of Education” in the United States, I realized that Higher Education Institutions...