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Ellen  Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)
Liberia

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)

Date of Birth: 29/10/1938
Place of Birth: Monrovia


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Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

In Liberia, Yudhoyono co-chaired with Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron a United Nations High-Level Panel on Post-2015, which discussed how to replace the UN Millennium Development Goals when they expire in 2015...


Abe backs business

Japan does not host as many high-level visits as China or India but Zambia’s President Michael Chilufya ‘King Cobra’ Sata and Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf were both in Tokyo in October...


China Union under fire in Bong County

In 2009, the government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf awarded the licence to exploit the Bong Mine to a little known Chinese company (AAC Vol 2 No 4, A more perfect union and The born-again Bong mines)...


Soro clouds economic revival

Both President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and the United Nations Mission in Liberia have airily dismissed any suggestion that there is a problem on the long jungle border between the two countries and, even if there is one, it is not big and is being dealt with...


Obsequies and summitry

Most regional heads of state – Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan, Côte d'Ivoire's Alassane Dramane Ouattara, Liberia's Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Benin's Thomas Yayi Boni (who currently chairs the African Union) – will attend...


Keeping it in the family

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has unleashed a storm of controversy by appointing three of her sons and a nephew to important jobs in government...


Ellen's green cred

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is taking action on her green credentials after featuring in a New York Times piece headlined ‘A Nobel Laureate’s Problem at Home’...


A low-key second term

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has lowered the political temperature, preaching political reconciliation and pledging strong commitment to the nation’s youth after a worthy but uninspiring inauguration ceremony and a series of ministerial appointments that suggest bland continuity...


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