Ethiopia rising: A bright spot in sub-Saharan Africa – Global Risk Insights

Ethiopia’s economic growth is likely to continue on a positive trajectory. Significant foreign investment is flooding into the country, yet political dynamics pose reputational risks for investors. Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam... Read more »

CNN Christiane Amanpour Asked Tedros Adhanom if They Listen What Obama Told Them in Private

(AddisNews) – While President Barack Obama in Addis Ababa for his historical visit he praised the country development, fighting terrorism and relationship and cooperation with the United States. Obama also reflect his... Read more »

Ethiopia elected to UN Human Rights Council seat; HRW Criticized Ethiopia’s poor rights record

UNITED NATIONS — Human rights groups have criticized the election by the United Nations General Assembly of several countries with spotty rights’ records to the U.N. Human Rights Council. Of the 18... Read more »
U.S. Representative Christopher H. Smith

Presence of Ethiopia Contradicts Goal of G-8 Talks by Rep. Christopher H. Smith

U.S. Representative Christopher H. Smith of New Jersey, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, issued the following Press Release opposing the... Read more »

UN Rights Advocates Criticise Ethiopia’s Use of Anti-Terror Law

Bloomberg — The United Nations criticized the Ethiopian government’s use of an anti-terrorism law to curb freedom of expression by jailing opposition politicians and reporters critical of the state. In December, two... Read more »

Ethiopia: Govt Expelled Amnesty Delegates and Arrest 2 Politicians

Rights group Amnesty International says a group of its delegates was expelled from Ethiopia this week after meeting with two opposition leaders who have since been arrested. Amnesty said Wednesday that a... Read more »