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Open letter: Epiphany Massacre of Amharas in Ethiopia

Open letter: Epiphany Massacre of Amharas in Ethiopia

Press Release “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.” Martin Luther King, Jr. We only wish…

Ethiopian National Movement Program of Transition

Ethiopian National Movement Program of Transition

Ethiopian National Movement (ENM) Program of Transition Towards a Sustainable Democratic Order in Ethiopia January 2018 I. The Current Crisis in Ethiopia and the Urgent need for a National Dialogue Ethiopia has suffered from…

Unity as Key to Victory By Addissu Admas

Unity as Key to Victory By Addissu Admas

Carpe Diem! (Cease the day) should be the injunction that must propel us into action before the clouds gather over the skies of Ethiopia again. This is the third time…

Dancing With the Wounded Beast in Ethiopia (Part II) By Prof. Al Mariam

Dancing With the Wounded Beast in Ethiopia (Part II) By Prof. Al Mariam

Author’s Note: This is the second installment in a three-part series on prospects for “mediation”, “reconciliation” and “negotiation” with the ruling Thugtatorship of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front (T-TPLF). In Part I,…

Understanding the World and Global Citizenship – A Conversation with Elias Wondimu

Understanding the World and Global Citizenship – A Conversation with Elias Wondimu

January 8, 2018 CONVERSATION | Elias Wondimu, publisher of TSEHAI Publishers, came to LMU in 2007 as part of the Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture and Arts. He has been a journalist…

Ethnic Consciousness and National Consciousness in Ethiopian History By Teodros Kiros (Ph.D.)

Ethnic Consciousness and National Consciousness in Ethiopian History By Teodros Kiros (Ph.D.)

Introduction I would like to begin below with what I wrote on Ethiopianity and Independent Thinking a few years ago to frame my present argument that Ethnic consciousness is mediated…

Is China Colonizing Africa? By Addissu Admas

Is China Colonizing Africa?  By Addissu Admas

In the past dozen or so years, I have been observing the ever expanding and pervasive presence of China in Africa with puzzlement, and quite frankly, with growing concern also.…

A major geopolitical crisis is set to erupt over who controls the world’s longest river

A major geopolitical crisis is set to erupt over who controls the world’s longest river

Abdi Latif Dahir  Quartz Africa When Ethiopia’s prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn visits Egypt this week to discuss bilateral cooperation in sectors like health, education, and agriculture one contentious issue will stand out:…

VOA Straight Talk Africa: a fascinating conversation with Yeharerwerk Gashaw

VOA Straight Talk Africa: a fascinating conversation with Yeharerwerk Gashaw

On this week’s broadcast of Straight Talk Africa with host Shaka Ssali, a fascinating conversation with Yeharerwerk Gashaw – pan Africanist – actress – advocate for Ethiopian immigrants – international…

Reflections on The Ethiopian Condition By Teodros Kiros (Ph.D.)

Reflections on The Ethiopian Condition  By Teodros Kiros (Ph.D.)

A few years ago, I wrote a set of sustained articles on the Idea of Ethiopianity, the corner stone of Ethiopian Pride, manifest in the classical battle at Adwa, where…