Politics-Liberia

Former Liberia Ambassador to the United States 2023 Presidential Run

WASHINGTON, D.D. – The former Liberian Ambassador to the United States, Canada, and Mexico, HE Nathaniel Barnes, is exploring possibilities…

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Different times produce different ties: The face of Kenya’s succession politics

KENYA (GA) – In Kenya today, politics is not everything. Still, everything is about politics as the country moves closer…

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South Africa’s Political Party Funding Law: A Step Forward in Africa’s Democracy

Throughout Africa, funding is crucial not only for the survival of political parties (especially those in the opposition) and their…

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Prominent Liberian Businessman Tuider Planning a Presidential Run

New York — International businessman William Tuider plans to announce what has been unclear to much of Liberia since the…

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Canada Allows Liberian War Criminal to Live Freely, While Switzerland Opens Historic Trial of Liberian Warlord

For nearly ten years, Bill Horace, a former rebel with Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL), lived freely…

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The U.S. Democrats Mail-in Vote Strategy Worked

When America began shutting down this spring because of the Covid-19 pandemic, it transformed the already high-stakes 2020 race into…

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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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Stop War Crimes in Ethiopia Today

By Alex de Waal On 10 December 2019, the same day that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received the Nobel…

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Why Liberia’s opposition CPP’s alliance is troubling?

By Edward Doe There are few things the recent alliance of the opposition political parties in Liberia brings to mind.…

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Liberia’s Rigged System: Cronyism and Corruption

By Edward DoeWashington, DC- Say what you will about Liberian politicians who have turned the Legislative and Executive Branch; Agencies,…

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