The Political Implications of the Liberian Civil War (1989-2003) - Turay, Mohammed
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The purpose of this book is to critically appraise the remote and immediate causes of the Liberian civil war which ranges variously from ethnicity, political instability, economic problem. It is intended to consider the implication of these wars on the political situation, governance in Liberia, as well as the international implication of such wars on the country and other African countries. The manuscript stands to give researches the clue on what cause or prompted the civil carnage which started on December 24, 1989.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The purpose of this book is to critically appraise the remote and immediate causes of the Liberian civil war which ranges variously from ethnicity, political instability, economic problem. It is intended to consider the implication of these wars on the political situation, governance in Liberia, as well as the international implication of such wars on the country and other African countries. The manuscript stands to give researches the clue on what cause or prompted the civil carnage which started on December 24, 1989.
Autorenporträt
Mohammed Sidikie Turay, Bachelor Honor Degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics(PPE) from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Born 15th January 1986 in Bahn, Nimba County, Liberia. A social scientist with advantage in French & English with emphasis in qualitative & quantitative research knowledge. Contact: mohammedsturay@yahoo.com