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Ethiopia’s Political Turmoil Worsening: Threatening Regional Security

Ethiopia’s Political Turmoil Worsening: Threatening Regional Security

ADDIS ABABA (HAN) October 19.2017. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News.by Betre Y. Getahun. Political turmoil, ethnic tension and conflict have continued to engulf east Africa’s most populous nation, Ethiopia. The…

For Ethiopian rights advocate, not seeing is no obstacle

For Ethiopian rights advocate, not seeing is no obstacle

By dailymail 25 October 2017 Yetnebersh Nigussie’s first battle for disability rights was in law school, when she successfully pushed university administrators to provide Braille textbooks for blind students such as…

Compact with Africa or, Dismantling Africa and Making it Helpless! By  Fekadu Bekele (PhD)

Compact with Africa or, Dismantling Africa and Making it Helpless!  By  Fekadu Bekele (PhD)

HOLISTIC MODEL-AFRICAN RENAISSANCE Resource Based Development & Human Power Organic Growth/ from bottom upwards Science & Technology/Innovation Entrepreneurship Finance & Money Institution/The Role of Government Environment & Social               …

Why Ethiopia’s Ethno-Nationalists Will Always Remain Relevant and What Should Be Done About It? By Yohannes Gedamu, PhD.

Why Ethiopia’s Ethno-Nationalists Will Always Remain Relevant and What Should Be Done About It? By Yohannes Gedamu, PhD.

A Short Essay 1960s was one of the most consequential political periods in Ethiopia’s history. This period showed the emergence of a generation of politically conscious educated class, who despite…

Ethiopia parliament speaker says ‘disrespect’ made him quit (AFP)

Ethiopia parliament speaker says ‘disrespect’ made him quit (AFP)

Addis Ababa – The speaker of Ethiopia’s lower house of parliament, who resigned last week, said on Saturday that he quit because of “disrespect” of his ethnic group. Abadula Gemeda,…

Questioning and Transforming America By Dr. Maulana Karenga

Questioning and Transforming America By Dr. Maulana Karenga

Fannie Lou Hamer Walking Off the Plantation: In celebration of the life and legacy of Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer on this the 100th anniversary of her birth and coming into…

Is Ethiopia still a Rwanda in slow motion? By Teshome M. Borago

Is Ethiopia still a Rwanda in slow motion?  By Teshome M. Borago

In 2004, the former Chairman of CUD party, Hailu Shawul, held one of his conferences in Addis Ababa before the election. In his speech, Hailu told the crowd that he…

The House Set to Vote on HR 128, Ethiopian regime lobbying against it heavily

The House Set to Vote on HR 128, Ethiopian regime lobbying against it heavily

The Ethiopian American Council The House is set to vote next week on HR 128 (2017), a resolution supporting respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia.  We, the Ethiopian…

Chinese Investments in Africa: “Chopsticks Mercantilism”

Chinese Investments in Africa: “Chopsticks Mercantilism”

By George B N Ayittey In the early parts of the 21st century, China became an important source of finance for African development. The continent’s infrastructure was in disrepair; it had…

From Dishwasher to Millionaire, Ethiopian Refugee Achieves American Dream

From Dishwasher to Millionaire, Ethiopian Refugee Achieves American Dream

September 25, 2017 , Tigist Geme (VOA) MINNEAPOLIS — When Tashitaa Tufaa first arrived in Minneapolis from Ethiopia in 1992, he remembers craning his head skyward in disbelief. Looking up…