Opinion

A Republic in Crisis – the Paralysis of a Failing Economy Under a Sophist of an Economist

A Rebuttal To Finance Minister Samuel D. Tweah by Martin K. N. Kollie The free flow of traffic on Carey Street was obstructed…

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The Real Debate Ahead of 2023 Electoral Reform

The real debate ahead of 2023 is electoral reform  By Martin K. N. Kollie Exiled Liberian Activist  CDC Presumptive Standard Bearer,…

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Why Diaspora Liberians Matter

Why Diaspora Liberians Matter Ansu Opa Dualu No, Liberians abroad are not internet citizens, nor are they insignificant when it…

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Military Coup Was Everything Of A Redemption Mali Wanted Until It Wasn’t

The political stalemate that baited the military into seizing state power in the Republic of Mali is no longer a…

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ECOWAS suspends Mali after the second coup in 9 months

Analysis In an unusually bold move meant to stabilize the West African region, the Economic Community of West African States…

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Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for continuous Labor Abuse

Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for…

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Ed Royce: Liberia’s New USD$25,000 Per Month Lobbyist

Ed Royce’s agreement to represent Liberia creates a problem concerning Ed Royce’s public and private lobbying careers. Ed Royce championed…

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Episode 1: George Weah, Ousmane Bamba, the Europeans, Russians, and How the 2017 Elections were Rigged

The second Liberian Republic has had a lot of ups and downs. Between 1980 and 2017, no presidential candidate has…

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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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Activist Martin Kollie on the three faces of Ali Sylla

By Martin K. N. Kollie Liberian activist and columnist In 2014, young Ali Sylla had a golden opportunity to etch his name…

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