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Armed Forces of Liberia

Handbook Series, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
  • Sean McFate, Building Better Armies: An Insider's Account of Liberia, Strategic Studies Institute, November 2013
  • Roberts T.D., et al., (1964). US Army Area Handbook Liberia, Foreign Area Studies Division, American University, Department of the Army Pamphlet 550-38
  • Colin Robinson, Military or hybrid solutions for border patrolling in Liberia, Comments on Africa No. 13, Conflict, Security, and Development Group, King's College London, March 2012
  • Samukai, Brownie J., (February 17, 2004). Armed Forces Of Liberia: Reality Check For A New Military With A Redefined Constitutional Mission,
  • Sawyer, Amos (1992). The Emergence of Autocracy in Liberia: Tragedy and Challenge. San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies. 
  • United Nations Mission in Liberia, United Nations Secretary-General's Report on UNMIL, released August 10, 2009
  • Further reading

    • , United States Institute of Peace, April 2007Security Sector Reform in Liberia: Domestic Considerations and the Way ForwardBekoe, Dorina, and Parajon, Christina,
    • Global Witness, Taylor-made: The Pivotal Role of Liberia's Forests and Flag of Convenience in Regional Conflict, September 2001
    • McFate, Sean, The Art and Aggravation of Vetting in Post-Conflict Environments PDF (1.55 MB) Military Review, July–August 2007.
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