Composition and purpose of the Military in Ethiopia

military By Admassu Feleke It would be a futile speculation to speak of the possibility of a transitional government in Ethiopia today without addressing first, or at least contemporaneously with other important... Read more »

Ethiopia: How will it all end?

TPLF leaders By Admassu Feleke Many concerned Ethiopians have asked at one point or another how the current regime will come to an end. After predicting time and again that it would... Read more »

From Ethiopianness to Ethnic Fragmentation: the Adversity of Retrospective Logic

By Messay Kebede A leitmotiv of ethnic politics in Ethiopia is the use of retrospective logic as an essential argument to justify its ideological stand. By this I mean the view that... Read more »

Ethiopia: Have We no Sense of Outrage?

TPLF supporters File By Addissu Admas The mere fact that 94% of Ethiopia’s population is governed by the leaders of 6% of the population is something that should befuddle anyone with a... Read more »

The AU, Ethiopia, and the dissonance of symbolism

Since many of the African leaders that attend the jamboree summits of the AU are equally guilty of suppressing, there is no wonder as to why there has been little or no... Read more »

Ethiopia at tipping point as Congress mulls human rights bill

By Al Mariam Published in The Hill Ethiopia has been under a state of emergency decree since October 2016. That decree imposes “draconian restrictions on freedom of expression, association, and assembly that go far beyond what... Read more »

Ethiopia: The Dynamics of Ethiopia’s Foreign Policy and Diplomacy

opinion By Solomon Dibaba Ethiopia’s foreign relations with countries near and afar, and the country’s foreign policy and diplomacy can best be characterized as a process of change and continuity in which... Read more »

Ethiopia: Peaceful Protest to Armed Uprising | Dissident Voice – Dissident Voice

What began as a regional protest movement in November 2015, is in danger of becoming a fully-fledged armed uprising in Ethiopia. Angered and exasperated by the governments intransigence and duplicity, small guerrilla... Read more »

Ethiopia: Peaceful Protest to Armed Uprising – Dissident Voice

What began as a regional protest movement in November 2015, is in danger of becoming a fully-fledged armed uprising in Ethiopia. Angered and exasperated by the governments intransigence and duplicity, small guerrilla... Read more »

Ethiopia's Peaceful Uprising is Evolving into an Armed Resistance … – nazret.com

Ginbot 7 Patriotic Front የአርበኞች ግንቦት 7 ሰራዊት Photo Credit patriotg7.org By Alem Mamo As the world ushers in the new year, Ethiopia’s political, economic and security situation is entering a new... Read more »