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"An Examination of Amartya Sen's Countervailing Power: Public Reasonsing as a Social Instrument," Forum on Public Policy, Oxford University (August 2012)

"Amartya Sen's Concept of Human Rights: Agency's Vital Role," Oxford Forum on Public Policy (September 2010).

"Socio-Political Analysis of the Hindu-Muslim Communcal Violence in India," Australian Journal of History and Politics (June 2009)

"Use of Theory and Practice of Social Capital in the Work of South Asian Association for Cooperation (SAARC)," International Journal of South Asian Studies (Dec 2008)

 

"Sub-Saharan Ethnic Attachment and Civil Conflict: A Methodological Approach to State Building and Ethnicity," Journal of Third World Studies (May 2008)

 

"Making Social Capital Work in the Theory and Practice of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)," International Journal of South Asian Stuides, Vol 1, No 2 (Dec 2008).

Hindu-Muslim Communal Violence in India: An Analysis of Causes," International Journal of South Asian Stuides, Vol 1, No 1 (Jan-June 2008).

"Indigenous Environmental Principles and Resource Management Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa," Australian Journal of Environmental Education (October 2007)

"Human Rights Development and Public Policy: An Assessment of Marxist Ideologies in India," Forum on Public Policy, Oxford University (September 2006).

"The Logic of Ethnicity in Africa: Erosion of the Ethnic Identity in State-building," Forum on Public Policy, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2006)

"South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and Social Development in South Asia: A Study of Some Successful Experiences,” The Indian Journal of Asian Affairs (January 2006).

“The Idea of a Hindu State: Cultural Aspects in the Revivalist Movement in Contemporary India,” Indian Journal of Asian Affairs (June – Dec 2001)

“Pragmatic Solutions to Liberia’s Economic Problems: Educated Africans’ Call for a New Orientation,” Vol 14, No 1 & 2 (March & June 1995).

 

“Search for a New Social Order in Liberia: Didhwo Twe's Contribution (1879 - 1961),” Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies (1996, Vol. 15; No. 1).

 

"Reviving African Cultural Traditions: The Liberian Case, " Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies (1996, Vol 15; No. 3/4.

“Hindu-Muslim Interactions in Recent Years: Positive Aspects,” Indian Journal of Asian Affairs (December 1999).

“Human Rights Violations in East and Central Africa and the Issue of Cultural Relativity,” Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives (June-September 1999).

“Reviving African Cultural Traditions: The Liberian Case,” in Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies (September and December, 1996).

"Religious Revivalism Among the Hindu's in India: Ideologies of the Fundamentalist Movements in Recent Decades," Indian Journal of Asian Affairs, 1995, Vol. 8, 9

“Pragamatic Solutions to Liberia’s Economic Problems: Educated Africans’ Call for a New Orientaion,” in Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives (March and June 1995).

“Search for a New Social Order in Liberia: Didhwo Twe (1879 - 1961)’s Contribution,” Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives (March 1995), Stockholm, Sweden.

“The Idea of Morality: An Examination of Moral Principles of the Indigenous People in Liberia,” Ahimsa (Vol 1, Spring 1995), Stockholm, Sweden.

"The China Factor in Economic Relations Between India and the United States from 1949 to 1962, "Journal of Asian History, Vol 25, No. 2.

Agriculture in Liberia During the Nineteenth Century: Americo-Liberians’ Contribution,” Canadian Journal of African Studies (Vol 22, No 2, 1988), The University of Toronto.

“Transference of American Values Through Agriculture to Liberia: A Review of Liberian Agriculture during the Nineteenth Century,” The Journal of Negro History (Vol LXXII, Nos 3, 4, 1987), Atlanta, Georgia.

“Jehudi Ashmun’s Agricultural Policy: Organizing the Settlers for Self-Reliance,” International Journal of African Historical Studies (Vol 18, No 3, 1985), Boston University, Massachusetts.

“Trade as a Factor in Territorial Expansion in Liberia in the Nineteenth Century,” History and Culture Study Seminar on Liberia-Sierra Leone-Senegal, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and the United States Educational and Cultural Foundation, Monrovia/Washington, Vol 1, 6/28/85 - 8/10/85.

“Roles and Statuses of Women in a Traditional African Setting: A Study of Women in Liberia,” Africa Quarterly (Vol XXII, No 1, 1984), Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi, India.

“Marital Quarrels and Divorce Settlements in Liberia: A Review of the Social and Judicial Attitudes Towards Separation Prospect,” Indian Journal of Social Work (Vol XLV, No 2, July 1984), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay, India.

“Commercial Motives of Colonization of Liberia by the American Colonization Society: A Narrow Look at the Material Factor Behind Colonization,” Cuttington Research Journal (Vol 4, 1984), Cuttington University, Monrovia, Liberia.

“Morals in Liberia as Viewed by the West: A Reassessment of the Moral Traditions During the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries,” Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (Vol 31, No 4, 1983), Karachi, Pakistan.

“Colonization as a Subsidiary Means of ‘Civilization’ in Liberia During the Nineteenth Century. A New Look at the Economy, Political Organization, Moral Traditions and Pursuit of Knowledge of the ‘Uncivilized’ Tribal Element in the Population,” Cuttington Research Journal (Vol 2, No 1, 1983), Cuttington University, Monrovia, Liberia.

Educational Reforms in Africa, Cuttington Newsletter, several issues in 1981-1982.

 

OTHER ARTICLES

Articles in Historic World Leaders, Anne Commire (ed.), Gale Research (Detroit, 1994)
    Indira Gandhi (1917 - 1984)
    
Humayun (1508 – 1556)
    
Jahangir (1569 – 1627)
    Kenneth Kaunda (1924 - )
    Ramkrishna (1836 – 1886)
    Rabindranath Tagore (1861 – 1941)
Articles in Women in World History, Anne Commire and Deborah Klezmer (eds.), (Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications, 1999)
    Bandarnaike, Sirimavo (1916 - )
    Sister Nivedita of India
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