UN Mission in Liberia - Going, but Not Gone
This year is particularly important for the country, as it will conduct the first post-conflict, open-seat elections - and incumbent Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will hand over power to one of 22 political parties, write Amanda Lucey and Liezelle Kumalo, researchers at the Institute for Security Studies.
UNMIL Peacekeepers in Monrovia (file photo).
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