Dr. Emmanuel Nwagboso holds a Ph.D in Political Science from Clark-Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi.
2012 0-7734-2942-5 Sierra Leone has undergone an era of political instability. The author proposes several solutions to the problems in that country. Their diamond trade provides the necessary wealth to build a thriving economy. However, their use of child laborers has drawn criticism from the human rights community. International relations are also discussed by proposing ways of facilitating economic trade with neighboring countries. The role of the IMF, the United Nations, and other international Non-Governmental Organizations are discussed at length.