CBL ENCOURAGES MONEY LAUNDERING?

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The Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) recent instructions given to commercial banks in the country to import their own foreign cash has been seen as a means   that would  encourage money laundering,  under declaration   of funds and promote fraudulent financial transactions bankers and  some Liberians have told this paper. ReporterAbout […]

Reason for optimism in Trump’s ‘Prosper Africa’ policy

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Reason for optimism in Trump’s ‘Prosper Africa’ policy  BY K. RIVA LEVINSON, OPINION  THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE New Republic Newspaper (Note: This article was originally published in The Hill   Magazine:  https://thehill.com/opinion/international/451101-reason-for-optimism-in-trumps-prosper-africa-policy) When I entered the Joaquim Chissano International Conference center in […]

“Africa Not Poor”

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-Says Ellen; But Poorly Managed; As Liberia Is the Torch-bearer of Democracy in Africa; UL Professor Discloses; Lectures Academic Forum on Democratic Governance An Assistant Professor of the University Of Liberia Graduate Program Of International Studies, Professor Josephus Moses Gray has revealed that although democratic governance remains a challenge on the […]

TNR & Lawmaker (Brief Profile)

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Honorable Roger SWY Domah: TNR: Please give us a brief history of your life Rep Domah: Honorable Roger SWY Domah hails from Nimba County from a village called Gbeiyee Duayee which is the headquarters of Gbeiyee Chiefdom. I was born in Saclepea, grew up in my own village with my […]

Dialogue of Civilizations: Arms vs Development

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By Kester Kenn Klomegah flashback: AFL Soldiers On November 6, while chairing a meeting of the Commission for Military Technology Cooperation with Foreign States, Russian President Vladimir Putin called for renewed efforts, not only, in preserving, but also, in strengthening Russia’s leading position on the global arms market, primarily in […]

Commentary: “The Strange Enemy”

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By Varney M. Kamara Imagine a sophisticated, highly skilled and well-trained enemy army invading an army garrison without any prior notice to signal that a major attack was eminent. I am sure; you would agree with me 100% that the situation would be scaring, chaotic, and life threatening. Flashback of […]

The Bong Outcome: Why VP Taylor Still Holds The Cards

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By Martin Blayon Liberian Politics does not have a “stable formula”, but proper calculation and planning; could help a candidate or political party become successful in any political contest. Against that background, Dr. Henrique Tokpa’s victory in Bong County cannot be considered as a serious political minus for Vice President […]

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