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Liberia and Sierra Leone


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Liberia and Sierra Leone

Bronwen Everill. Abolition and Empire in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

The civilian target in Sierra Leone and Liberia: Political power, military strategy, and humanitarian intervention

The War Machines: Young men and violence in Sierra Leone and Liberia

Liberia and Sierra Leone: The Competition for Patronage in Resource-Rich Economies

To fight or to farm? Agrarian dimensions of the Mano River conflicts (Liberia and Sierra Leone)

Review: Building Peace in West Africa: Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea-Bissau
 Adekeye Adebajo Building Peace in West Africa: Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea-Bissau

“Back to Africa:” The Migration of New World Blacks to Sierra Leone and Liberia

Civil war and democracy in West Africa: Conflict resolution, elections and justice in Sierra Leone and Liberia

The Effect of Ebola Virus Disease on Health Outcomes and Systems in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone

MITCHINER, John Edward (born 1951), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, and Ambassador (non-resident) to Liberia, 2003–06

Convention between Great Britain and Liberia respecting the Sierra Leone Boundary, signed at Monrovia, 21 January 1911

SAWYERR, Canon Harry Alphonso Ebun (1909 - 1986), Grand Commander, Order of the Star of Africa (Liberia), 1971; Emeritus Professor of Theology, University of Sierra Leone, since 1980; Warden, Sierra Leone Theological Hall and Church Training Centre, Freetown, since 1982

Exchanges of Notes between France and Great Britain relative to (1) the Liberian Frontier, (2) Commercial Relations between Sierra Leone and the neighbouring French Possessions, signed at Paris, 22 January 1895

Agreement between Great Britain and Liberia respecting the Boundary between Sierra Leone and Liberia from the River Makona or Moa in the north to the River Magowi in the south, signed at London, 19/26 June 1917

 

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Small, adjoining countries in West Africa, Liberia and Sierra Leone have a similar, even shared, economic history because of such factors as ecology, location in the larger region, and position ...

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