Rethinking IGAD’s Role in Addressing Emerging Regional Security Threats

By Getachew Zeru Gebrekidan & Messay Asgedom Gobena The Horn of Africa is marked by long-standing and emerging security threats emanating from intrastate and interstate armed conflicts. These include an armed conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region; a border dispute between Sudan and Ethiopia; and political contestation between Somalia and Kenya.…

Regional Integration for Peace and Development in the Horn of Africa  

Dr. Daniel Kandie International Center, Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan March 22-24, 2019   Abstract: The Horn of Africa denotes the sub-region consisting of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia. Somalia has become for some time synonymous with poverty and conflict. The causes of the conflicts…

S. Res.97, Sovereignty and Human rights

Fitsum Achamyeleh Alemu S. Res.97, Sovereignty and Human rights Attorney-at-law May 26, 2021 Last week, the US Senate passed a non-binding resolution calling on the Government of Ethiopia, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Aand other parties of the conflict Tigray Region of Ethiopia to…

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The Ethiopian American civil society organizations condemn and reject the formation and announcement from Washington DC of a federalist Alliance

SUBJECT: THE FORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF NINE ETHNIC-BASED FEDERALIST/CONFEDERALIST ALLIANCE WILL FAIL! November 28, 2021 PRESS RELEASE The undersigned Ethiopian American civil society organizations condemn and reject the formation and announcement from Washington DC of a federalist/confederalist Alliance consisting of…

Emperor Haile Selassie I and the Imperial family

In September 1974 the 3000 year old Ethiopian monarchy was toppled and Emperor Haile Selassie I and the Imperial family were all imprisoned or escaped into exile. For decades, the Imperial family of Ethiopia was silent about these traumatic events,…