The Analyst (Monrovia)

Private daily published in Monrovia, focusing on news and analysis.


July 03

  • Liberia: CDC Lines Up Senate Candidates

    The boxing ring is unlocked. The time is tilting. The spectators are hot. And the protagonists are warming up. The occasion is midterm senatorial elections in Liberia. The time is... Read more »

  • Liberia: Rows Over MOF-MPEA Merger

    When elections umpires in 2005 announced Unity Party's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf president-elect following a hotly contested—and in fact disputed—elections, the riotous... Read more »

June 30

  • Liberia: Drowning in Subservience

    The constitution of Liberia, since the birth of government in 1847, is pillared on three-hinged legs—the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary—professedly bequeathed... Read more »

  • Liberia: Tough Action Awaits Drug Barons

    The Director of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Mr. Anthony Souh, says the DEA will not comprise its responsibility in fighting against the use of drugs and drug trafficking in... Read more »

  • Liberia: Drug Trafficking Hampers Peace

    Bong County Senator and Former First Lady Jewel Howard Taylor has alarmed about the rising incidence of drug trafficking, and the abuse illicit drugs in the country, terming the... Read more »

  • Liberia: UP Partisans Go Amok

    The midterm senatorial primary of the governing Unity Part in Bong County was last Friday muddled by upheavals amongst contestants and delegates. Read more »

  • Liberia: 'We're Losing Liberia'

    Surely there are many Liberians if not all who are beating their chests they are natural born citizens and it would be only on their dead bodies that anyone would deny them right... Read more »

  • Liberia: AFL Beefs-Up Mali Deployment

    Now ten years after a brutal civil war, a conflict that consumed untold human lives, including those of foreign guards who had come to help end the war, Liberia is submitting to... Read more »

  • Liberia: Need to Respect the Governance Equilibrium [editorial]

    IF THE LIBERIAN civil conflict, in addition to the 1980 military takeover, was justified on bad governance—government of by the few, for the few and of the few; and if there... Read more »

  • Liberia: Security Experts Hang Heads

    Liberia's security situation is not far from better, even ten years after the cessation of military hostilities punctuated by disarming of belligerent forces. Intermittent... Read more »

  • Liberia: Facts From Falsehood

    Since it became public knowledge that the first company was given the right to explore the coast of Liberia for the world's most coveted natural resource, oil, public expectation... Read more »

  • Liberia: Penalty for Private Hosts of Ebola Patients

    Despite massive public awareness campaign by Governments and its partners cautioning citizens against the deadly Ebola epidemic which has already claimed untold lives in the... Read more »

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