News, Analysis & Articles
Sudan victim of two conflicting world views.
A W Shumay,Oct. 2010-
Sudan was conquered with the help of the British with one thing in mind, to consolidate British hegemony over Egypt. To secure this deal, Britain had to have a firm grip over the Nile River starting from its sources in the high mountains of central and east Africa right down to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea...
Looking at the Constitutional Distribution of Powers seriously:
Kalkidan Kassaye, Oct 16, 2010-
The public or political discourse during the federal bargain and even these days is that, the states are empowered with the most significant powers in the principal motive of ensuring the absolute sovereignty of the nationalities. This thinking is also dominant among the academics and contemporary Ethiopian elites. However, as far as ...
DREAM TEAM III
Ezana Sehay Oct 15, 2010-
I have always been mystified by the snowball or domino effect of life, aren’t you? I mean think about it! When faced with a couple of mishaps, everything goes or seems to go bad, or vice versa.Take today’s Ethiopia! Every parameter; social, political, economical… you name, indicate a positive trend.
Ethiopian leader doubts usefulness of climate conference
Next month’s climate conference in Cacun, Mexico, “will be a total fraud,” the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, said yesterday in Addis Ababa.
Mr Zenawi, who heads the Conference of African Heads of State and Government on Climate Change, shocked particpants at the ongoing Seventh African Development Forum when he said the massive deficit in global leadership guarantees that the proposed conference would end badly.
Hunger Rates In Eritrea "are Extremely Alarming"
Hunger rates in Eritrea have been ranked as "extremely alarming" in a new report.Compiled by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Welthungerhilfe and Concern Worldwide, the 2010 Global Hunger Index names Eritrea as one of the few countries with very high levels of hunger.
However, nations such as Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique and Vietnam have made significant improvements since 1990.
U.S Supports Ethiopia’s Drive to Boost Textile, Leather Exports
October 12, 2010 - USAID representatives expressed support for Ethiopia's effort to increase foreign currency from textile and leather sectors, reports ENA.Speaking at a forum organized to discuss with the Ministry of Industry on activities to be carried out in the textile and leather sectors to achieve the five-year Growth and Transformation Plan
Orphaning the orphan, Geez
Godofai Tgiorgis, Oct 12,2010-
The argument for Geez to be a national language has taken an unexpected twist. It has become instead an argument for English. This time not based on hate but based on its merits. Geez is, or Amharic for that matter, way below the standard today’s world can handle.
The Beginning of Transformation?
Getachew Mequanent,Oct 11, 2010
-Many would agree that EPRDF has emerged ass formidable multi-ethnic party that is poised to rule for another decade and more. To say “forget the opposition” does not matter anymore, as there is a sense of total hopelessness in the opposition camp.
“Putting the Cart Before the Horse”
A Belated Critical Account to Getachew’s Article Titled
“Towards a Policy of Engagement with Eritrea”
Adal Isaw, October 10, 2010-
In his article titled “Towards a Policy of Engagement with Eritrea”
on Aiga Forum, Getachew Mequanent (Ph.D.) argues for a change in Ethiopia’s foreign policy towards Eritrea ... This said article is a composition of ordinary remarks for what is a nauseating foreign policy concern that pervades the body politics of ...