- Vol 54 No 22
- 1st November 2013
Few doubt the President’s achievements but she is unpopular at home and persistent governance problems irk Western donors and the UN
- Vol 54 No 20
- 4th October 2013
Taylor loses his appeal against war crimes conviction as governments demand changes in international courts
- Vol 54 No 19
- 20th September 2013
The pressure would not let up. Human Rights Watch, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General Karin Landgren and a chorus of domestic voices clamoured for President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to take action against corruption. Close to the ...
- Vol 53 No 23
- 16th November 2012
The member of parliament and former Speaker Edwin Melvin Snowe has renewed the offensive against Robert Alvin Sirleaf, Chairman of the National Oil Company of Liberia, and President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s claimed nepotism.
- Vol 53 No 18
- 7th September 2012
Solve one problem and another appears, which is why Liberia still needs the UN and its peacekeepers
- Vol 53 No 14
- 6th July 2012
The Norwegian court trying Anders Behring Breivik, the self-confessed killer of 77 people in July 2011, has heard evidence on his stay in Liberia. In the 1,500-page manifesto that he posted on the internet before his deadly attacks, Breivik mentioned a v...
- Vol 53 No 13
- 22nd June 2012
Coup plots in Côte d’Ivoire are linked to the murder of United Nations peacekeepers in the east of the country, officials in Abidjan say.
- Vol 53 No 12
- 8th June 2012
Most people implicated in the warlord president’s crimes have escaped justice but his sentence will still deter others
- Vol 53 No 8
- 13th April 2012
The President rejects charges of nepotism after appointing her eldest son to head the state oil company
- Vol 53 No 5
- 2nd March 2012
Controversial British-based mining entrepreneur Frank Timis’s African Petroleum Corporation announced a ‘significant’ oil find off the Liberian coast on 21 February.