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January 2023

Ethiopiawinet-Council for the Defense of Citizens Rights (E-CDCR) Conference

Ethiopiawinet-Council for the Defense of Citizens Rights (E-CDCR) Conference

Ethiopiawinnet: Council for the Defense of Citizen Rights will hold a Conference, at a very incisive time, on the State of Ethio-American Relations on January 21st, 2023, at 10AM EST. The more than a century diplomatic relationship between the USA and Ethiopia is currently in an indeterminate state, perhaps due to prevailing superpower rivalry in the Horn,

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Let the African Union Resolve the GERD Dispute!

Let the African Union Resolve the GERD Dispute!

Al Mariam’s Commentaries / January 9, 2023 Is the Biden administration a “friend” of Ethiopia? Following the US-Africa Summit last month, the million dollar question is whether Ethiopia and the US have kissed and made up. Some Ethiopians suggest bilateral relations have turned a corner with the ceasefire agreement and US-Ethiopia relations will soon be in an

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The Horn of Africa States The Way to Regional Integration

The Horn of Africa States The Way to Regional Integration

By Dr. Suleiman Walhad January 7th, 2023 Leading economists of the world always promoted and spoke of regional economic integration as a phenomenon that helps regional economies grow and develop. They say that regional integration helps countries overcome obstacles to the movement of goods, services, labor and capital, and even ideas, among several neighboring countries.

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Families in Tigray, Afar & Amhara are still mourning the loss of their loved ones, yet the TPLF continue to sew division.

Families in Tigray, Afar & Amhara are still mourning the loss of their loved ones, yet the TPLF continue to sew division.

By Vittorio Silvestri Will peace prevail ? It is no doubt that hope, and to certain extent, faith, have been growing in the Horn regarding elusive PEACE, in the aftermath of meetings convened first in Pretoria and subsequently in Nairobi between the Federal Government of Ethiopia and the designated terrorist group, the TPLF in the

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Anger Guten Wellega: the impending new Amhara massacre in Oromia.

Anger Guten Wellega: the impending new Amhara massacre in Oromia.

by A. Alemayehu This month, as a great number of Ethiopians are preparing to celebrate two major Orthodox Christian holidays, ominous dark clouds are gathering over the skies of the Oromo region. All the signs that the unabetted bloodletting of innocent Amhara is about to worsen are in place. This tragedy is unfolding even as

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The Horn of Africa States The GERD A Source of Energy

The Horn of Africa States The GERD A Source of Energy

By Dr. Suleiman Walhad January 6th, 2023 The Nile is a vital and major African river, which traverses through many African countries from source in the Burundian mountains to its final destination in the Mediterranean Sea, in Egypt. Its major tributaries come from different countries but the most significant is the Blue Nile, which emanates

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The Horn of Africa States Desertification and Water Supplies

The Horn of Africa States Desertification and Water Supplies

By Dr. Suleiman Walhad January 5th, 2023   The region faces multiple challenges, most of them man-made and hence could be handled. Others are natural such as volcanic activities, land formation, geological infrastructures and, in fact, strategic location. Both man-made and natural phenomenon, however, affect peoples’ lives in the region from food security to water

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