A Second Chance for Liberia : President Johnson-Sirleaf s quest to build a new Liberia

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Blume, Till
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In 2006, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf took office in war-ravaged Liberia as Africa s first freely elected female leader. She quickly turned into a darling of Western donors. But the transformation from failed state to stable country might require more perseverance than Liberians and the international community can muster.

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Peace Operations, Liberia, Peacebuilding
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ISO 690BENNER, Thorsten, Till BLUME, 2008. A Second Chance for Liberia : President Johnson-Sirleaf s quest to build a new Liberia. In: Internationale Politik - Global Edition. 2008, 9(Spring), pp. 40-45
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  title={A Second Chance for Liberia : President Johnson-Sirleaf s quest to build a new Liberia},
  number={Spring},
  volume={9},
  journal={Internationale Politik - Global Edition},
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  author={Benner, Thorsten and Blume, Till}
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