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Politics may not survive as a contact sport

Politics may not survive as a contact sport

Opinion By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Some people refer to politics as a game. If that is the case, then we have to (...)

| December 2016 | 1175 views

Nationalism trumps liberalism and globalisation

Nationalism trumps liberalism and globalisation

By J Boima Rogers,Guest Writer, Oxford, UK.* The victory of Donald Trump was like an earthquake which signalled the electorate’s misgivings about (...)

| November 2016 | 2150 views

The politics of blame

The politics of blame

Commentary By Titus Boye-Thompson, Freetown. The fiasco which now surrounds the botched attempt by opposition activists to make political capital out of (...)

| November 2016 | 1017 views

Why Trump won

Why Trump won

Opinion By Dagbayonoh Kiah Nyanfore II, Guest Writer, USA*. The results of the US Presidential election 2016 took the public, and many pollsters and (...)

| November 2016 | 1158 views

FAO vulnerability report is technically historical

FAO vulnerability report is technically historical

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown. The recently published and launched FAO Vulnerability report on food security has easily been misconstrued (...)

| November 2016 | 1083 views

Is Donald Trump an SLPP Paopa?

Is Donald Trump an SLPP Paopa?

Opinion By Tony Bee, Sydney, Australia, Correspondent. A man call Donald Trump is currently creating bad history for future American History books. Trump (...)

| October 2016 | 1236 views

Who audits the auditors?

Who audits the auditors?

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown. Financial reports have always been very dull and mundane records of the state of affairs of an (...)

| October 2016 | 1125 views

Why open old wounds?

Why open old wounds?

Commentary By Dr. Nanah Sheriff Fofanah-Sesay, Special Contributor on Health and Gender Issues, Virginia, USA. Female genital mutilation (FGM) comprises (...)

| October 2016 | 1496 views

Isa Johanssen's dignified silence

Isa Johanssen’s dignified silence

Commentary By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Public life holds out too much risk for the fainthearted in Sierra Leone. For (...)

| September 2016 | 1293 views

Another plaudit for the Sierra Leone Police

Another plaudit for the Sierra Leone Police

Opinion By Titus Boye-Thompson, Guest Writer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. There will always be skirmishes, lawlessness and some errant behaviour when (...)

| September 2016 | 1348 views