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Chucky Taylor: American Warlord

Chucky Taylor stood in the garage of a villa on the outskirts of Liberia’s capital, gun in hand. Outside, crimson puddles of rain pocked the muddy red-clay road to Monrovia. 8,981 more words


Farewell, Liberia: The Beauty and the Sadness

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If you look too closely — if you focus too hard on it all — Liberia can be overwhelming in its sadness. 1,195 more words

Are you climbing the right mountain?

They say that the only constant is change!

This has certainly been true in my professional career. When I worked in Liberia, even the routine work was never routine! 375 more words


Liberia: Govt Fails To Attend Policy Dialogue To Resolve Economic Hardship

Monrovia, 14 Jul 2018: The conspicuous absence of the Liberian government representatives¬†at a major policy dialogue here this week called to seek solution to the deepening economic “crisis” in the West African country may have been a faux pas of omission. 255 more words


Liberia: Counselor Seward Cooper Reacts to Special Presidential Committee Report on Liberian Oil Block # 13

Thursday, July 12, 2018 Monrovia, Liberia

Having returned from extensive overseas travels, to preserve the facts records for the records, I take this opportunity to formally respond to the Special Presidential Committee Report (SPC or the Report) on the Global Witness Report about the Liberian Oil Block # 13 Production Sharing Contract (PSC) between the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) and ExxonMobil. 915 more words


Liberia Pressed At UN To Announce Decision On War Crimes Prosecution

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The Liberian delegation appearing before the UN Human Rights Committee says the Government of Liberia will shortly issue a public statement on how it proposes to address accountability for serious crimes and human rights violations committed during the Liberian civil wars. 415 more words