Reforming Ethiopian Ethnic federalism

Befekadu Hailu December 30, 2020 Despite a long history of statehood, the nation-building project of Ethiopia, a multilingual polity, remains incomplete. Successive regimes have failed to create a feeling of national unity…

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Factors affecting Human Rights in the Horn of Africa

By Fitsum Achamyeleh Alemu[1] Human rights are not simply legal particularities; they are all-out social phenomena that existed in the sphere of economies, power relationships, social, cultural, and private life. The philosophical…

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The Dawn of a New Era in the Horn of Africa

Tariku Debretsio November 26, 2020 Arrested Development A confluence of local, regional, and international forces created a unique opportunity for peace and fraternity in this conflict-ridden region. The leaders of the respective…

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Ethiopia: An Alternative Approach to National Development

Daniel Kendie Henderson State University Abstract: The existing Ethiopian constitution that is based on ethnicity should be discarded and replaced by another constitution that recognizes territorial nationalism, which manifested itself in historic…

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Election Cannot Legitimize Illegitimate Constitution

By Ashenafi Tsegaye Contact: att2537@email.vccs.edu “Legitimacy is critically obtained or lost during the process of drafting and adopting the constitution” Introduction An array of hope has been shown on majority of Ethiopians…

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