Ethiopia’s State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent

security guard sits near a gate in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 10, 2016. By Salem Solomon VOA It’s been five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in response to widespread... Read more »

Ethiopia's State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent – Voice of America

It’s been five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in response to widespread protests and unrest, and there are no signs indicating when it might end. Since October, thousands have... Read more »

Ethiopia's economy is roaring but its democratic process continues to whimper – Quartz

Last Sunday Ethiopians went to the polls in the first general elections since the death of long-time strong-man Meles Zenawi. Unlike the elections in fellow African nation Nigeria in March, there was... Read more »

Ethiopia's economy is roaring but its democratic process continues to whimper – Quartz

Last Sunday Ethiopians went to the polls in the first general elections since the death of long-time strong-man Meles Zenawi. Unlike the elections in fellow African nation Nigeria in March, there was... Read more »

Ethiopia's economy is roaring but its democratic process continues to whimper – Quartz

Last Sunday Ethiopians went to the polls in the first general elections since the death of long-time strong-man Meles Zenawi. Unlike the elections in fellow African nation Nigeria in March, there was... Read more »

Ethiopia: WENDY SHERMAN AND THE ETHIOPIAN "ELECTION" THAT ISN’T

Ethiopia: WENDY SHERMAN AND THE ETHIOPIAN “ELECTION” THAT ISN’T By Alemayehu G Mariam The folly of willful ignorance I did not vote for Ronald Reagan to become U.S. president. But I appreciated... Read more »