Trust and Betrayal, Statesmanship and Dictatorship: The Ethio-Sudan Conundrum

Trust and Betrayal, Statesmanship and Dictatorship: The Ethio-Sudan Conundrum

“…for thoughtful Sudanese citizens who love their country, they must be reminded that their neighbor in the north is dead set to weaken both countries [Ethiopia and Sudan] which have issues with the regime: the GERD in Ethiopia and the occupied Halayeb Lands of the Sudan…” The Queen of Sheba The Queen of ShebaJanuary 21, […]

Is Britain’s Anglo-Ethiopian society infiltrated by TPLF supporters?

Is Britain’s Anglo-Ethiopian society infiltrated by TPLF supporters?

David SteinmanJanuary 19, 2021 It is well known that the TPLF sometimes infiltrates or otherwise exerts influence over international organizations such as the World Health Organization and others. Is Britain’s Anglo-Ethiopian Society one such group? The London-based society’s website states that “the object of the Society is to foster knowledge of Ethiopian culture, history and […]

Victory in the Battlefield, Defeat in the Cyberspace: Ethiopia’s Agonizing Reality

Victory in the Battlefield, Defeat in the Cyberspace: Ethiopia’s Agonizing Reality

The Queen of ShebaJanuary 17, 2021 The Ethiopian government has successfully—and thunderously—crashed the putsch perpetrated by a TPLF cabal in short few weeks. The victory—and the defeat—and its execution and pace will be a new, and important, addition to the annals of conflict in the Ethiopian history. The cabal—supported by its paid operatives, shenanigans, and […]

Will Election Rectify Ethiopian Political Predicament? ( by Metta-Alem Sinishaw)

Will Election Rectify Ethiopian Political Predicament? ( by Metta-Alem Sinishaw)

Metta-Alem Sinishaw, Washington, DCJanuary 16, 2021 Summary: Despite international accolades, the reform agenda of Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, has mixed results due to internal and external vulnerabilities. This paper attempts to highlight the adverse impacts of a fractured ruling party, growing instability, ideological ambivalence, and lack of institutions on the reform. Ruling party’s desire […]

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