Category Archives: International Politics

The New Era of China-Liberia Relations: A Story of Friendship and win-win Cooperation

By: Josephus Moses Gray Email: graymoses@yahoo.com/ Mobile: 0880330299  Being wary of zero sum game and protectionism in the international balance of power, those at the helm of power in the country need to acutely reflects on a parable which says

Analysis of Two Diplomatic Parallels:  China and America’s Rising Influence in Liberia

Analysis of Two Diplomatic Parallels:  China and America’s Rising Influence in Liberia By Josephus Moses Gray (Published Unedited)         Although much has been written and published wildly about the United States of America (USA) and the People’s Republic of China

 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has called God “stupid”,

                                   Philippine President Duterte calls God ‘stupid’  Courtesy of BBC News Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has called God “stupid”, sparking anger in the largely

Sanctions Hang Over Liberia

Sanctions Hang Over Liberia By Brutus Carter According to the Oxford Dictionary, sanction is a threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule, official permission or approval for an action. During the Presidency of Mr. Charles Gankay Taylor, the International

CUBA CELEBRATES AFRICA DAY: Grants Two Additional Medical Scholarships

CUBA CELEBRATES AFRICA DAY: Grants Two Additional Medical Scholarships to Liberia Dweh Wilson writes The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba near Monrovia in collaboration with major state actors in Liberia, celebrated “African Day” in recognition of the rich history of

Speaker Chambers Condemns Transgender Surgery: Says it’s same as FGM

Speaker Chambers Condemns Transgender Surgery: Says it’s same as FGM By Agnes M. Tarr House Speaker, Hon. Bolfah Chambers, has express disappointment in partners who are advocating against FGM, but hail and still practice the reshaping of male and female

Cuba will continue to build an ever freer, more democratic, just, and fraternal society

Cuba will continue to build an ever freer, more democratic, just, and fraternal society  Mr. Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba, says Cuba will continue to build an ever freer, more democratic, just, and

Is Washington Too Focused on Iran’s Nuclear Program?

Is Washington Too Focused on Iran’s Nuclear Program? Why It’s Time for the US to Prioritize Rolling Back Tehran’s Regional Gains By Michael Singh In announcing the United States’ withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement, U.S. President Donald Trump made clear his disapproval

Autocracy with Chinese Characteristics:  Beijing’s Behind-the-Scenes Reforms

Autocracy with Chinese Characteristics:  Beijing’s Behind-the-Scenes Reforms By Yuen Yuen Ang (Courtesy of Foreign Affairs Magazine) Sooner or later this economy will slow,” the New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman declared of China in 1998. He continued: “That’s when China will need a government that is legitimate. When

Liberia-Cuba Bilateral Relations: Major Developments in April 2018

Liberia-Cuba Bilateral Relations: Major Developments in April 2018 Compiled by Frontier Staff Writer (Courtesy of CubaMinrex/EmbaCuba Liberia) Monrovia, April 3, 2018-, With the presence of 18 journalists from 11 media groups (radio and newspapers), the Chargé d’Affaires of Cuba in