Mercy Womeh breaks rocks for less than four U.S. dollars a day to afford education to lift herself from poverty in Liberia.
Stephan Richter discusses major international news stories with Diane Rehm on National Public Radio.
According to Liberia’s president, what kind of leadership does her continent need?
How much can the international community truly expect from a fragile, post-conflict government?
Why is continued funding for fragile states still crucial, even in the midst of the financial crisis?
Could it be that, every 20 years, a new generation sets out to shape the world?
Do recent events in Africa indicate better odds for an effective multilateral justice system?
Why is Liberia’s recent successful election only the beginning of what the country needs to accomplish?