Tuesday, March 21, 2023

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Ever Closer Union or Common Market?

Like the British, many Continental Europeans are asking whether transnational regulation by Brussels-based institutions and a political union are actually necessary.

China’s illusory global leadership

China has made good on less than 10 percent of its multi-billion-dollar promises.

A future of happiness, tolerance, and youth

Focusing on happiness is both feasible and fully justified. Happiness can be measured, and its evaluation is already the subject of many programs and studies.

Defeating meningitis in Africa

The first vaccination campaign reached virtually everyone in the country aged 1-29. In the five years since then, more than 235 million people have been immunized across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Making the African passport work

To one’s wonder, there are member states who highly regard entering in to such pacts with countries outside of the continent and at times being deadly sure that such pacts will not be enforced; whereas, there are neighboring countries which could share a lot of treasured information while guaranteeing actual implementation will get deafening silence, writes Abdulkadir Mohammed

Securing crop diversity

For many years genetic resources have become a major topic of discussion. On the one hand, it has generally been accepted as a gift of nature that will be shared by all human beings.

Resurrecting the “Brown Condor”

Many Ethiopians are not familiar with the name John Robinson. a.k.a. "The Brown Condor".  The African-American aviator and activist who, almost single-handedly broke down the doors of segregation in the field of American Aviation in his early career and who is recognized today as the "Father of the Tuskegee Airmen" of World War II fame.

Doping scandal over Ethiopian athletes linger

Doping in sports remains a serious and difficult issue, putting an athlete’s health at risk, threatening the integrity of clean athletes and the reputation of sports.

Congratulations to members of the new Media Council

Dear Editor, It is irresistible to comment on the recent progress made by media actors of our nation to the point of establishing a council which will embrace individual members and their associations.

When what’s right is wrong…

I came across a funny tweet on the on going US elections which read “Obama should consider following the example of some African heads of state and amend the US constitution to run for a third term!” I mean he's talked proudly about how he would get elected had he wanted to run for a third term including during his speech at the African Union.


Demolition sweeping Addis

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New low-cost housing scheme for public servants emerges

They will get three bedrooms apartment for less than...

Egypt resumes GERD rhetoric as Blinken visit Addis

-“All options are open” Egypt         ...

Private operators poised to join multimodal logistics sector 

Four new multimodal logistics companies set to join the sector will...