Previous Comments and Analyses

Other Archived material

Focus Calls For An Interim  Administration Of National Unity


Cameraman Sorius Poised To Collect More Awards


An Analysis Of The Current Situation In Sierra Leone (May 2000)


The disposal of the property of the Sierra Leone High Commission at 33 Portland Place, London W1


Sierra Leone - Is There A Way Forward?  A Paper Presented By The Editor Of Focus At A Briefing Session For The New UK High Commissioner To Sierra Leone (Designate), Mr David Alan Jones, At The Foreign And Commonwealth Office, London On Wednesday, 15 March 2000


A Review Of The Latest British TV Coverage Of Sierra Leone


The Campaign For Good Governance In Sierra Leone: Focus' Response To Mrs Zainab Bangura's Letter Published Here On 7 February. This Issue Has Been Discussed  Under Five Headings.


Transparency: Campaign For Good Governance (CGG) In Sierra Leone Responds To Letter Alleging Operational Irregularities.


A Letter About Alleged "Irregularities" In The Operations Of The Campaign For Good Governance


Commentary On Aspects  Of Democratic Governance


Memorial Service For The Late Mrs Constance Cummings-John Who Died On 21 February, Aged 82 Years


The Heart IS The Matter


Just For The Record ... A Flashback




An Appeal From Kambia District


We Must Insist On Disclosure Of Assets By Ministers And Senior Public Servants 


Corruption …The Story Goes On


Writing Off The 'Debt' Of' Poor Countries


Mosquito Lives To Bite Another Day


Tremors In The RUF


AFRC Disagrees With Aspects Of Focus's Analysis Of Rebel In-Fighting 


A Cabinet Of Dead Wood And Rough Timber


The History And Ideology Of Focus On Sierra Leone


Count Down To A Showdown


"Education, Education, Education! But For What?"


May 1997 Open Letters To:

1.                               President Kabbah In Exile In Conakry (Republic Of Guinea)

2.                               AFRC Chairman Lt. Col Johnny Paul Koroma In Freetown 


In My Defence  (Plus My Letter Of Advice To  President Kabbah In November 1996)


Discord In Rebel Ranks


Corruption In Sierra Leone (Part 2)


Corruption In Sierra Leone (Part 1)


The  Lomé Agreement, The United Nations, Sierra Leonean Misconceptions And Government Inertia


Some Further Thoughts On Lomé


The Apparent Rift Between The RUF And AFRC/SLA Soldiers


Commentary On The Slow Pace Of The Lomé Peace Process


What Focus Said About The Abidjan Peace Accord In 1996


President Kabbah's 27 July London Visit


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