Liberia SWOT Analysis

By Mengistu E. Wolokolie Strengths The economic situation in Liberia is characterized by high reliance on exports of natural resources and agriculture. One of the major...

7 June Save The State Protest: If there will be a...

By Baba Sillah In analyzing state power and resistance in Liberia, one must draw lessons from history, particularly the history of last five decades which...

The Right To Protest And Lessons Of 1979

Prepared by The TQ Harris Group (+231 88 040-2479 / Email: [email protected]) We are at a point in time relative to our nation's history that...

Statement of the Liberia Council of Churches and Other Ecumenical Partners...

The Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), in ecumenical collaboration with the Inter-religious Council of Liberia (IRCL) and the Christian Community, is gravely alarmed with...

An Old Challenge For The New President Of The World Bank

By Aboubakr Kaira Barry Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great,” posits that effective strategies are backed by catalytic mechanisms, turning goals to results. The...

Redeeming the Liberian Nation

By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia- Since the end of the Liberian Civil war, successive governments have ignored attempts to bring to closure the experiences of...

President Weah, Beware of Squealers and Judases

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...

Migration in Higher Education: The Recognition of Cross-Border Qualifications

By Joseph T. Isaac, Ed.D. If you have ever been a foreign student, faculty or researcher, you know some of the challenges experienced by immigrants...

Statement by ALHRP on International Labor Day

The Association of Liberian Human Resources Professionals (ALHRP) seizes this chance to raise the value of all workers in Liberia: Public and Private sectors,...

Liberia’s Peace and Stability in Danger

By Joshua Sackie, Jr. Visionary and Founding Father of CDC Former First National Youth League Chairman/CDC Former First Elected National Vice Chairman for Administration/CDC Former First Acting National...

The Alternative Liberia Deserves

Op-ed by ANC’s Communication Team The Political Leader of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), Mr. Alexander B. Cummings. He is the “Alternative” Liberia deserves The Nigerians...

The Impact of Social Media on Traditional Journalism

By Solomon A. Ware Sr. When comparing social media and traditional media, it is a good idea to know just what you’re piling up....

Roles Of An Informed Citizenry In Nation Building

By Siddiq Konneh A nation with a weak judiciary, an inactive and uninformed citizenry is an unstable nation.  An informed citizenry and a strong judiciary are...

Liberia Post-Ebola: Ready for Another Outbreak?

Years after the West Africa Ebola virus epidemic, Liberia’s health system still carries the burden of the deadly outbreak. Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt reports from Gbarnga,...

Xenophobic Activities in South Africa and other parts of Africa, Undermine...

By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor The wave of attacks on foreign-owned shops in some (South African) townships raises uncomfortable questions about xenophobia in South Africa. These unfortunate...

A Rally Call To Curb The Mob Violence Against Liberia

By Johnny Baryougar White (Human Rights Practitioner and student of International Relations) Violence is destructive, whether it is physical or emotional. An act of violence...

Dr. Antoinette M. Sayeh’s Speech on Africa’s Rising Debt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7UyPNhweQM As prepared for delivery, 11/3/2018 Thank you very much for that introduction and for your kind invitation. A very good morning to all....

Liberian-American Relations: Do Liberians Really Know and Comprehend the Spirit of...

By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor Mr. Yorgo Mullenax, a realtor, said in one of his blogs, when someone asked him whether he agreed with the saying:...

The Bopolu Road

By Jonathan S. Morris I have just returned from Bopolu City, the political headquarters of Gbarpolu County, Northwestern Liberia. I have been to other towns...

Government of Liberia Steps-up its Development Efforts and Hires Top U.S....

By Lawrence Kennedy Washington, DC - The government of President George Manneh Weah has secured the services of a top U.S. law firm and public-affairs...