Ethiopia: Let Children Treat Their Own Concerns

By Sintayehu Tamirat The United Nations, in its the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has decreed that ‘every child is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth therein, without distinction... Read more »

Ethiopia: Inspiring Youths Towards Development

By Zelalem Girma The development of renewable energy sources ensures the dedication and commitment of the Ethiopian government and people to carry out their national and moral obligations of eliminating poverty from... Read more »

Implication of Youth Population of Africa: Demographic Dividend or Burden

AU By Tsegaye Tegenu Today, 30-01-2017, the 28th ordinary session of the assembly of the African Union, launches the theme “Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through Investments in the Youth”. It is very... Read more »

Quality Education in Ethiopia – Prospects, Challenges – AllAfrica.com

opinion By Solomon Dibaba Depending upon the specific areas on which one may focus, quality education may be defined from several perspectives on which one may focus. Scholars on education seem to... Read more »

Wendy Sherman feels the heat and responds to Washington Post editorial

Wendy R. Sherman responds to the Washington Post Editorial In response to Washington Post Editorial Ethiopia is a valuable partner in a critical region, from peacekeeping to fighting al-Shabab to pursuing peace... Read more »

The US relationship with Ethiopia

Regarding the May 1 editorial “Make-believe on Ethiopia”: Ethiopia is a valuable partner in a critical region, from peacekeeping to fighting al-Shabab to pursuing peace in South Sudan. Ethiopia, among the world’s... Read more »

Foreign Affairs: Ethiopia’s Power Plays

Construction workers in a section of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, March 31, 2015. (Photo: Reuters) Foreign Affairs By Harry Verhoeven In 1991, as the Cold War drew to an end, the only... Read more »

Behind Ethiopia’s Power Plays

Construction workers in a section of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, March 31, 2015. (Photo: Reuters) Foreign Affairs By Harry Verhoeven In 1991, as the Cold War drew to an end, the only... Read more »

Africa’s Next Hegemon: Behind Ethiopia’s Power Plays

Construction workers in a section of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, March 31, 2015. (Photo: Reuters) Foreign Affairs By Harry Verhoeven In 1991, as the Cold War drew to an end, the only... Read more »

UK Support to Ethiopia

Statement on the UK’s development relationship with Ethiopia Ethiopia is delivering impressive progress towards the Millennium Development Goals meaning the needs of the country are changing as it experiences strong economic growth... Read more »