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Of ‘Responsible Political Leaders’ and Fools: Analysing ex-Vice President Boakai’s Press Release

By Sayma Syrenius Cephus Recently, the former constitutional Vice President and eminent citizen, Joseph Nyumah Boakai in a press release,…

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Ivory Coast’s Ouattara and Guinea’s Condé: Two West African Presidents Who Are Becoming Regional Security Threat

ROME, Italy – A few years go Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara and Guinea’s President Alpha Condé were in the…

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Ending US-Iran Impasse Rests Only On Face-to-Face Negotiations

By Alon Ben-Meir Even a cursory review of the turmoil sweeping the Middle East points to Iran as one of…

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Netanyahu Personifies The Corrupting Force Of Power

By Alon Ben-Meir The long-anticipated indictment of Prime Minister Netanyahu has finally come to pass. For three years, Netanyahu spared…

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How a “Harvard Student” was deceived and exposed by a faulty app, “Grammarly.”

My Official Response to Ms. Hellen Momoh on her charges of Bullying, Plagiarism, and Grammatical Errors By Martin K. N.…

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When a country has a visionary and decent Legislature, they do what Ghana is doing

By J.N. Williams WHILE GHANAIAN LAWMAKERS GRANT CITIZENSHIP TO BLACK AMERICANS, LIBERIAN LAWMAKERS ARE REJECTING NATURAL BORN LIBERIANS WHO RESIDE AND…

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Africa’s Shameful Acts of Racism: The Plight of Persons with Albinism (PLWA) in Africa

By Edmund Zar–Zar Bargblor Racism is the belief that a particular race is superior to another, and that a person’s social…

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Can The New Government Change Kosovo’s Fortunes?

By Dr. Alon Ben-Meir and Arbana Xharra There is a new political day dawning in Kosovo—the newest, but a troubled…

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Trump’s Disgraceful Letter To Erdogan

There is no wonder that every person and news outlet that saw Trump’s letter to Turkey’s president Erdogan thought it…

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Spare The Nation Humiliation And Pain: An Open Letter To Netanyahu

By Alon Ben-Meir Mr. Netanyahu; It is time for you to reflect on where you stand and how best to…

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