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...

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...

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...

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...

The Real Question is Impunity

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By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia- This year December 24 is the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the Liberian civil war. Initially begun by the...

Till We Meet Again, CWB

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By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Liberia woke up to the passing of an illustrious lawyer, politician, statesman, former President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate and Senator...

DED Holders: “It Ain’t Over ‘Till The Fat Lady Sings”

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By Wynfred Russell The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that is moving through the U.S. Congress and includes a provision that would grant Deferred Enforced...

Let’s Dialogue Rather Than Protest

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By T. Q. Harris We make no apologies for our democratic credentials and support for the universal declaration of human rights. Our unwavering respect, endorsement,...

Liberia: Preventing a Second Economic Collapse

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By Gabriel I.H. Williams My attention is drawn to a report in the December 11, 2019 edition of the Daily Observer online in which Gbarpolu...

Let’s Lecture: A Tribute To The Late Harry A. Greaves

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By Dew Tuan-Wleh Mayson In our Liberia, when a man or woman dies, it is usual to make speeches, to emphasize their virtues, but rarely...

Count The Banknotes and Reform our Economy (PART II)

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Disclose Liberia revenue and bank balances of State-Owned Entities By J. Yanquoi Zaza Disclose bank balances of state-owned entities President George Weah government should not only count...

Treasonable or Reasonable?

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What the Liberian Constitution really says about citizens calling on a President to ‘step down’  Disclaimer: I have no particular interest in either side, but...

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...

Statement by Boakai on Current Developments in The Country

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By Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Former Vice President and Political Leader of the Unity Party  5 December 2019  Fellow Liberians and Friends of Liberia at Home and...

Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine: The Late Liberian Senate Pro-Tempore I Knew

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(A Tribute) By Moses D. Sandy Interment for the late Standard Bearer of the opposition Liberty Party (LP) and Senior Partner of the Monrovia based...

President Weah, Be Very, Very Vigilant and Careful with Prince Johnson

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, Med, PhD Introduction Since Nimba County came into being in 1964, there was once a man who repeatedly caused trouble for...

When Freedom Lost Her Glowing Form on Bassa’s Verdant Height

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Eulogizing The Proven Patriot Charles Walker Brumskine  By Mwalimu-Koh Moses Blonkanjay Jackson, MsEd, EdM, Veteran Educator, Author, Social Advocate The Exhortation The 19th Century hymnologist Robert Lowry...

I Feel Abandoned by the Weah Government

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By Gabriel I. H. Williams With my tenure having ended as a Liberian diplomat posted to the United States by the Government of Liberia since...