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Diplomacy is a tenuous balancing act, subtlety, tactful, and at times materialistic; it is often a statecraft designed and applied to further the interests of states. Inevitably, diplomacy involves trumping...

 As the TRRC seeks to realise unambiguous truths of wrongdoings of the previous government, the truth telling exercise seems beset by the telling of embellished or fabricated truth telling, as there continue...

The Brexit negotiations seem to be collapsing under the combined onslaught of the Brussels bureaucrats and the UK free marketeers, who are using the Irish backstop as leverage to tip the negotiations...

(JollofNews) – A United Kingdom-based Gambian medic, Solo Demba, Tuesday donated books covering different areas of law to the Faculty of Law of the University of The Gambia. The presentation was...

(JollofNews) – The new government must be commended for its efforts in reconstructing the Gambia foreign relations. The jettison of the policy that terminated the Gambia Commonwealth membership...

(JollofNews) – The outcome of the recent parliamentary election is ringing endorsement of the UDP as a dominant political force. The key challenge for our new democracy now is how to create an...

(JollofNews) – Over the past weeks and months the Coalition has managed to articulate non-partisan messages in order to appear as a unified unit in public. But it has become increasing apparent the...

(JollofNews) – Debates concerning what is the ‘right justice’ for victims are familiar feature of a transitional justice, after a legacy of past human rights violations. But without the right...

(JollofNews)- “differences between self and other are normatively irrelevant and that what counts is that they are both selves entitled to equality.” The verdict is still out on the effects...

(JollofNews) – To draw plausible conclusions as to whether justice would be served for alleged human rights abuses committed by state officers in the Second Republic, it is necessary for one to revisit...