- Reopening of Kouwenhoven trial in the Netherlands
- Impunity in Africa
- ‘Choosing The Hero – My improbable journey and the rise of Africa’s first woman president’ by K. Riva Levinson
- Some thoughts on Liberia’s 169th independence anniversary
- ‘Liberia: From the Love of Liberty to Paradise Lost’ – Now available in Monrovia!
Category Archives: Gaddafi
Yes, September 26, 2013 was a historic day. On that day the Appeals Chamber of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) rendered its verdict in the ‘Charles Taylor trial’. In a packed court room presiding Justice George Gelaga King … Continue reading
It’s been an extra-ordinary year for Africa. The biggest losers were the North African leaders Ben Ali (Tunisia), Mubarak (Egypt) and Gaddafi (Libya). All three clung to power. Mubarak and Ben Ali had ruled some 30 years, Gaddafi even more than 40 … Continue reading