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March 2023

The Forum of Ethiopianist Civic Organizations in the Diaspora Press release

The Forum of Ethiopianist Civic Organizations in the Diaspora Press release

The Forum:  The Forum is a coalition of rights-based and charitable Ethiopian civic organization in the diaspora. The Forum is established for the sole purpose of articulating a shared vision for a democratic and united Ethiopia and implementing a common and practicable strategy to support full respect for human, civil, and political rights in Ethiopia. […]

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Why Free Trade Agreements with the EU will hurt African countries!

Why Free Trade Agreements with the EU will hurt African countries!

EPAs is not a Panacea for Africa’s Economic and Social Crisis but deepen the Crisis!      Nor can AGOA be the engine of economic development that is based on science and  Technology Fekadu Bekele (Ph D)   March 26, 2023                                   Impacts of Free Trade & Globalization Since 2002 the EU, African countries and including the Caribbean states have

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Anti Semitic stand up to the OLF – A speech by Major Dawit Giorgis

Anti Semitic stand up to the OLF – A speech by Major Dawit Giorgis

  The Speech made at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Jerusalem    The most dangerous crisis in Africa is one unfolding in the Horn of Africa, in Ethiopia. It is a complicated crisis triggered by extremist elements to create an ethnocentric government, which makes one ethnic group superior to all others. The country has

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Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou, an Ethiopian nun, composer and pianist, has died at the age of 99.

Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou, an Ethiopian nun, composer and pianist, has died at the age of 99.

According to the country’s state-run news outlet Fana Broadcasting Corporate, she died in Jerusalem. Guèbrou had been living at the Ethiopian Monastery there for almost 40 years. As a child, she spent time as a prisoner of war and went on to study under the Polish violinist Alexander Kontorowicz in Cairo. Guèbrou released her first album

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Reflections on Forging a “Refashioned” US-Ethiopia Partnership

Reflections on Forging a “Refashioned” US-Ethiopia Partnership

Al Mariam’s Commentaries March 27, 2023 US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Ethiopia on March 15, 2023. His mission was to refashion, reinvigorate and reinvent the strong partnership between the US and Ethiopia that had been flagging over the past two years. Unlike Caesar, Blinken “came, saw and laid the foundations for ‘refashioning’ US-Ethiopia

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Speech Prepared for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Jerusalem 

Speech Prepared for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Jerusalem 

March 27. By Dawit Giorgis The most dangerous crisis in Africa is one unfolding in the Horn of Africa, in Ethiopia. It is a complicated crisis triggered by extremist elements to create an ethnocentric government, which makes one ethnic group superior to all others.  The country has been sucked into a quagmire of unending internal wars

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Way forward Ethiopia!

Way forward Ethiopia!

After 17 years of Derg and 27 years of divisive TPLF-led misrules of Ethiopia, Prime Minister Abyi Ahmed was appointed to the office by the Ethiopian Parliament. Within 4 months of his appointment Ethiopia was caught up in a whirlwind reversals of the unpopular policies of the prior administration. This led to a protracted celebration

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The Hurtful Silence of Ethiopian Intellectuals in the Face of Growing Ethnic Cleansing Against the Innocent Amhara People

The Hurtful Silence of Ethiopian Intellectuals in the Face of Growing Ethnic Cleansing Against the Innocent Amhara People

Eskinager Bellow – Eskibellow@yahoo.com Forward Particularly, when looked at the extent of organized attacks performed by tribally-led TPLF and OLF-combatants’ attempts to deconstruct Ethiopia as a territory and achieve their determined mission of Amhara-phobic tribal annihilation, it seems to me that the majority of the Amhara intellectuals, both domestically and externally, remain docile and not

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