Tewelde Kidane, a rising star in the making, reminding us of our beautiful country!
While we the Diaspora are dishing it out against the extremists who are laboring to undo the achievements of our brave people, I am saddened to hear the not all may be rosy in Tigray. Some close friends have informed me that there is a serious problem in good governance in Tigray. Some people are jailed with no due process for ...more
Addis from the Ground up...
This is not to make you home sick but to empower you to do more fighting the extermists! enjoy! Thank you reader!
Yesterday's shanty town Addis Ababa is being built, to be reborn, brick by brick and bridge by bridge. Thank You EPRDF!
( from jimmatimes)
US embassy vs Hailu Shawel
- Determined not to be outdone by his formmer partners, Hailu Shawel's desperate attempt to get attention backfires...
Few short remarks on “The Rich Expand, the Poor Contract. The Paradox of Macroeconomic Policy in Ethiopia”
by Degol Hailu, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth
Ethiopian government, UNHCR appeal for additional assistances to Eritrean refugees
Addis Ababa, March 10, 2009 (Addis Ababa) - The Ethiopian government and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) have jointly appealed to the international community for additional assistance to provide for the growing arrivals of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia
In an interview with VOA Leading figure Bulcha Demeksa stated that libral democracy and Ethnic Fedratlism of nation and nationalities of Ethiopia are the founding principle of Medrek and individuals and parties who don't accept these core principles can not join the forum.
Ethiopia and U.S. Relations
(MoFA, 03/06/09):-With the election of President Barack Obama in the United States, there has been some wild speculations within opposition groups in Ethiopia and the extremist Ethiopian Diaspora in the U.S., that the existing friendly relations between Ethiopia and the United States is set to change. These speculations were not based on any real analysis...
Letter to Bill Clinton
The $21,000 Revolution
A Maiden Presidential Clemency Gone Awry:
The Case of Birtukan Mideksa in Retrospect
By Tesfaye Habisso
A Comment on Zeru’s: Rule of Law
An Alternative Approach
Rule of Law: In Diaspora land and Ethiopia.
on UDJ and extermist fate!
Mr Prime Minister: Winners never quit, and quitters never win