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A Message to the Legatees of Liberia

By Ansu O. Dualu It is my greatest honor to be able to write to you with the satisfaction and…

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Will Smith Did a Bad, Bad Thing

By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar When Will Smith stormed onto the Oscar stage to strike Chris Rock for making a joke about…

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Opinion: Why Chauvin’s Conviction is not a Victory for Justice

As a practicing lawyer and a certified counsel of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict, in my…

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Violence against women: How a woman in Zimbabwe is taking a stand

Beatrice Savadye grew up in a poor mining community in northern Zimbabwe. She experienced gender violence at home: her father told…

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Who Benefits from the Destruction of Ethiopia?

By Alex de Waal There are a lot of unanswered questions about the war in Ethiopia. Let me pose one…

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Influential Catholic Bishop deplores violence in Liberia’s southeastern region

WASHINGTON — An influential Liberian Catholic bishop has expressed grave concern about a recent politically motivated, manipulated, and charged violence…

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A Rejoinder to Ambassador Brown’s “Do Not Confirm” and Cllr. Johnson’s “Illegal and Unconstitutionality” Argument

If the argument is, and which I seriously doubt is that the legislative intent and purpose of Section 2.2 of…

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A Critical Look at the Importance of E-Health Management System

By Amara Quardu Mohammed Kamara Email: amaraquardumohammed@gmail.com Introduction The social and economic perspectives in the early phase of the 21st…

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When a “fake” Legal Scholar (Senator Dillon) Meets a “Real” Legal Scholar: An Analysis of Counselor Reeves’ Senate Confirmation Hearing

Monrovia, July 11, 2020 – Confirmation hearings in developed and underdeveloped countries are similar in two areas – they are…

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The Pandemic Underlines America’s Ingrained Racism

By Alon Ben-MeirThe murder of George Floyd by a police officer in broad daylight came amid a high point in…

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