Frédéric Le Marcis, Luisa Enria, Sharon Abramowitz, Almudena-Mari Saez, and Sylvain Landry B. Faye
perceived chiefs and customary law as closer to communities than
central government, but they called for reform ( Fanthorpe, 2006 ). On the eve of the Ebola outbreak, therefore, chiefs
maintained their power but it was not unchallenged.
Historical divisions between Americo- and African-Liberians have marked the fight for
power and socio-political identities in Liberia ( Ellis, 1999 ). During the political instability of the 1980s and the
fourteen years of civil war (1989–2003), these
Lessons Learned for Engagement in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States
https://crest2.sun.ac.za/african_evaluation_db/default/african_eval_db_01 (accessed 7 January 2020).
The details are analysed in this article, as the categorization of ‘evaluation’ by ReliefWeb differs from that used in this report (being much more flexible) and the USAID search function appears to include text references to nations, and the results require assessment, as was done for the evaluation reports on South Sudan included in this study.
ACF [Action Against Hunger]
. ( 2011 ), An Evaluation of ACF
nine. 32 The case was brought under the
1789 Alien Tort Claims Act (ACTA) as supplemented by the 1991
Torture Victim Protection Act (TVPA), which allow foreign nationals
to sue in the US Federal Court for a tort committed in violation of
international law or US treaties.
On the eve of the trial, the
parties agreed to a settlement for all three lawsuits. Without
These may have been the views in
early times, but Tolstoy, writing in 1862, probably was correctly
describing the attitude of many fighting men even today when he had
Prince Andrew on the eve of the battle of Borodino, 1812,
They preach at us about the laws
of warfare, chivalry