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Liberia

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

Date of Birth: 29 October 1938
Place of Birth: Monrovia


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All my friends in New York

Life in Liberia is gradually improving President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf told the United Nations' General Assembly to some applause on 23 September...


Slow turnaround

On election President Ernest Bai Koroma gave himself three years to turn Sierra Leone around but the first year has been unimpressive and the smart performance of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's government in Liberia makes its neighbour look flat-footed...


Big oil, dear oil, new oil

Exploration in Liberia is moving slowly as President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's government sorts out exploration contracts awarded by the transitional government under Charles Gyude Bryant who is under investigation for corruption (AC Vol 48 No 16)...


Nightmare on Broad Street

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf says that making sense of Liberia's commercial debt is complex because 'some of it [commercial debt] is bogus some of it we don't know what this was used for...


Bush, the farewell tour

Liberia: The once and future neocolony Liberia was founded by American philanthropists and Harvard-educated President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is one of George Bush's best African friends...


Presidents, gems and trade

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf publicly invited the US military to set up in Monrovia...


From war to peace

Both governments have in place impressive teams of technical specialists under Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Sierra Leone’s newly-elected Ernest Bai Koroma with plans for regional development cooperation...


With a little help from his friends

In Liberia President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf pushed through mains electricity for Monrovia to convince people that her government intended real change...


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