Will Election Rectify Ethiopian Political Predicament? 

Metta-Alem Sinishaw, Washington, DC January 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…

Ethiopian refugees who fled intense fighting in their homeland of Tigray, wait for their ration of food in the border reception centre of Hamdiyet, in the eastern Sudanese state of Kasala, on November 14, 2020. - Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, winner of last year's Nobel Peace Prize, ordered military operations in Tigray last week, shocking the international community which fears the start of a long and bloody civil war. (Photo by Ebrahim HAMID / AFP) (Photo by EBRAHIM HAMID/AFP via Getty Images)

The Unfolding Political Crisis in Ethiopia

Belay Seyoum (Prof) January 8, 2021   Ethiopia, the largest country in East Africa has a rich history. Its unique civilization dates to the second millennium BC. It is home to the…


Post-TPLF or Phase One?

Messay Kebede University of Dayton January 06, 2021 Since Dr. Abiy’s election to premiership, constant provocation and insubordination have been the hallmark of the TPLF’s dealings with the federal government. That these…


A Different Way of Thinking – Yoseph Mamo, MD

The last 30 years of Ethiopian political history have brought the hard, bitter problems of ethnic injustice to the surface.  These issues were previously not handled properly or avoided altogether. So there…

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