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Archive for November, 2015

Diaspora Engagement For Post-War Reconstruction

Diaspora Engagement For Post-War Reconstruction

By Cecil Franweah Frank               As Liberia continues on its post-civil war reconstruction, one of the relevant questions that have bedeviled Liberian policymakers is developing effective policies to engage the diaspora. Since coming to office, the Johnson-Sirleaf administration has made some efforts at engagement by creating such mechanism as the Senior Executive Service, and […]

It’s Official: Yah Defeats Somo After LAMA Recount

It’s Official: Yah Defeats Somo After LAMA Recount

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                   Yahsyndi Mollie Martin-Kpeyei 299 votes Somo Hawa Hubbard- Barsir 296 votes Nathaniel Tamba – 80 votes   The conference room of Salem Missionary Church in Lilburn, GA was on Saturday jammed-packed with Liberians and a non-Liberian observer, the Central African, Mr. Tedonzong Tchoutezo, President of the African Association of Georgia, […]

Reform the 1986 Constitution after 2017 Elections:  A National and Passionate call to Safeguard Liberia’s Embryonic Democracy

Reform the 1986 Constitution after 2017 Elections: A National and Passionate call to Safeguard Liberia’s Embryonic Democracy

By Josiah F. Joekai, Jr.                       Fellow Liberians, it is no doubt that the move by the Government of Liberia to embark on the process of reforming the 1986 Constitution through the amendment of certain provisions is a commendable endeavor that must be embraced by […]

Preventing Paris Type Terrorist Attacks by Reducing Stress

Preventing Paris Type Terrorist Attacks by Reducing Stress

By Dr. David Leffler          The military of any country can prevent terrorism by deploying a proven, advanced human resource-based military technology. Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) is a statistically-validated approach. Military field tests and 23 peer-reviewed studies show it quickly, effectively, and efficiently ends turmoil. This IDT approach to reducing stress and violence has been […]

Yahsyndi Mollie Martin-Kpeyei and Jerry Yekeh are new LAMA Leaders

Yahsyndi Mollie Martin-Kpeyei and Jerry Yekeh are new LAMA Leaders

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh              The evening of November 8 in metro Atlanta was frantic, complex and liberating. So complex, Liberians who couldn’t wait to cast their votes because of the large crowd and the slow and aggravating electoral process left the building in disappointment without casting a single vote. However, cross section of other […]

Revival of Islamic slave markets

Revival of Islamic slave markets

By Clemente Ferrer                “Spoils of War” is how the newspaper Dabiq, the English-language media in the Islamic State (IS), referred to the thousands of Yezidi women kept as sex slaves after invading Sinjar Mountain, Iraq. Far from seeing it as a perversion, the terrorist group points out that forced cohabitation is a […]