Editorial: Post-project X for Ethiopia and Eritrea: How to move from containment to détente

  EditorialAddis Abeba, June 12/2018 – Comments on the “no-war, no-peace” status between Ethiopia and Eritrea can be viewed and/or assessed from three levels. At the diagnostic level, it... Read more »

Ethiopia Will ‘Fully Accept’ 2000 Peace Agreement with Eritrea

By Rick Gladstone NYT – Ethiopia announced Tuesday that it would accept a 2000 peace agreement with Eritrea over their disputed border, potentially a major step toward resolving one... Read more »

Ethiopia PM to be honored as an ‘African hero’ in Uganda

Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed is set to receive the highest distinction accorded to a head of state by the government of Uganda, as the latter celebrates National Heroes’... Read more »

Ethiopia accepts peace deal with longtime rival Eritrea | Eritrea News

Ethiopia announced it will fully accept the terms of a peace agreement with neighbouring Eritrea in a major step towards calming deadly tensions with its decades-long rival. The news... Read more »

Ethiopia PM wants a more professional army, equipped for modern warfare

Hardly a day after human rights group Amnesty International called for the disbandment of a notorious paramilitary police unit in Ethiopia, the prime minister Abiy Ahmed has called for... Read more »

Exiled dissidents return to Ethiopia in search of peace

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Ethiopia’s Desalegn says Kiir has failed South Sudan, must step aside

Ethiopia’s former prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn has stressed the need for South Sudan president Salva Kiir to step down and allow the country to be guided to peace by... Read more »

Ethiopia: Resolution Ignores Longstanding Relationship, Ongoing Efforts

editorial Ethiopia is a sovereign country that has its own constitution and foreign policy as the United States of America. The nations have been having strong relationship on regional... Read more »

Eritrea-Ethiopia border crisis: UN’s impotence to blame – Analyst

The United Nations, specifically the Security Council, is to blame for the raging Eritrea – Ethiopia border conflict which continues to threaten the peace in the Horn of Africa,... Read more »

Ethiopia: Expanding the Political Terrain, State of Emergency

The to dos that flared up here and there recently has made Ethiopia put in place a State of Emergency (SoE) once again. There are different views regarding the... Read more »