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Open Letter to PM Abiy: Your Hand and Footprint in the TPLF’s Renewed Aggression

Open Letter to PM Abiy: Your Hand and Footprint in the TPLF’s Renewed Aggression

Yonas Biru, PhD Mr. Prime Minister, this letter is triggered by your signature shortsighted political calculus that led to TPLF’s violation of the Pretoria agreement. It is hard to imagine the TPLF can forcefully take over Alamata without your underhanded encouragement and order to the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) to let the TPLF march […]

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The Accountability Void: Ethiopia’s Social Media Crisis Under Abiy Ahmed’s Leadership

The Accountability Void: Ethiopia’s Social Media Crisis Under Abiy Ahmed’s Leadership

LJDemissie Author’s Note From the moment Prime Minister Abiy’s administration was established, I found myself resonating with his vision and mission, as articulated in his speeches. Over the past six years, I have actively countered the mainstream media’s disinformation campaigns against Abiy through my articles and Twitter posts. My work primarily aimed to debunk misinformation,

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The Ethiopian Student Movement: A Rejoinder to Bahru Zewde’s The Quest for Socialist Utopia

The Ethiopian Student Movement: A Rejoinder to Bahru Zewde’s The Quest for Socialist Utopia

Messay Kebede University of Dayton, mkebede1@udayton.edu Kebede, Messay, “The Ethiopian Student Movement: A Rejoinder to Bahru Zewde’s The Quest for Socialist Utopia” (2015). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 44. This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Department of Philosophy at eCommons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Philosophy Faculty Publications

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The hypocrisy of individuals who advocate for non-violence in their profession is apparent.

The hypocrisy of individuals who advocate for non-violence in their profession is apparent.

By Jeff Pearce Recently, the Ethiopian population experienced a sense of neglect from a foreign individual, whom we had trusted. For safety reasons, I will not disclose their identity as they are currently in Ethiopia. I have no intention of publicly attacking them on social media, unless they make it personal or cross a certain

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Testimonials about the Ethiopian Student Movement Part I

Testimonials about the Ethiopian Student Movement Part I

Tesfatsion Medhanie Ph.D. and Paulos Milkias Ph.D. Introduction Assuming that the majority of our readers are Ethiopia’s Gen X and Millennials, the two of us, Tesfatsion Medhanie and Paulos Milkias, who passed through the turbulent periods of the Ethiopian Revolution, want to offer testimonials that our colleagues who martyred themselves could not. Here is our

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Emirati Meddling and Abiy’s Reckless Ambition: A Recipe for Chaos in the Horn

Emirati Meddling and Abiy’s Reckless Ambition: A Recipe for Chaos in the Horn

By Alex de Waal and Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe April 8, 2024 The Ethiopian civil war, also known as the Tigray war, stands out as one of the most devastating conflicts of the twenty-first century. With a death toll surpassing 500,000 soldiers and potentially 360,000 civilians, it ranks among the deadliest conflicts since the Cold War. The

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Mapping Out Fano’s Future: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

Mapping Out Fano’s Future: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

Yonas Biru (PhD) April 8, 2024 “There will be times when people will find the use of force not only necessary but morally justified… A non-violent movement could not have halted Hitler’s armies. Negotiations cannot convince al Qaeda’s leaders to lay down their arms.  To say that force may sometimes be necessary is not a

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Two Nations, One Goal: Building Unity in Ethiopian and Kenyan Communities

Two Nations, One Goal: Building Unity in Ethiopian and Kenyan Communities

My plight with our Ethiopian/Kenyan communities to come together and build unity and progress. First in 2006 and later in 2014, due to acceleration of regional conflicts. By Said G Osman. Dear All, At different times in the history of mankind, different methods have been used to overcome adversity, both natural and man-made. We learn

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Congressman Tim Walberg’s Stance on Gaza and the US Nuclear Option

Congressman Tim Walberg’s Stance on Gaza and the US Nuclear Option

Congressman Tim Walberg, Gaza, and the low threshold of the US nuclear option: the urgent need for a crash project to develop African nuclear weapons and delivery systems. “We shouldn’t be spending a dime on humanitarian aid (in Gaza). It should be like Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Get it over quick. The same should be in Ukraine.

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Governance in North-East Africa

Governance in North-East Africa

By Said G Osman. Introduction Today, countries around the world have various combinations of rules applied for governance. They are roughly grouped into categories based on the practice-levels of democratic and autocratic principles. Here is the list classification of models of governance: a) Working Democracy; b) Deficient Democracy; c) Hybrid Regime; d) Moderate Autocracy; and

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Fano: A widespread public anger for the preservation of Amhara identity, fairness, and the unity of Ethiopia.

Fano: A widespread public anger for the preservation of Amhara identity, fairness, and the unity of Ethiopia.

Introduction This paper is a continuation of my previous work Fano: A Living Saviour of The Amhara People And The Ethiopian Spirit – Analysis. A lot has happened since my last work. Having almost accurately predicted how Fano would become a game-changer, I have written several short articles about the movement [its original meaning being “a free peasant fighting to

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