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    Further Delaying Climate Policies Will Hurt Economic Growth

    The world must cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least a quarter before the end of this decade to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050....

    Ethiopia’s federal gov’t and the TPLF: Will history repeat itself on missed opportunities to end conflicts, war through dialogue?

    Since earlier times, Ethiopia has experienced alternating periods of peace and conflict. Most conflicts have their roots in divisions based on ethnicity, religion, or...

    Protecting the Holy City of Harar

    I came across an impressive poster while scrolling through my social media pages that heralds a call for all Ethiopians and people around the...

    Does Ethiopia need foreign banks or domestic banks of a different genre?

     The Ethiopian government has recently decided to open the country’s banking sector to foreign investors with the aim of modernizing the industry and improving...

    Africa Food Prices Are Soaring Amid High Import Reliance

    Staple food prices in sub-Saharan Africa surged by an average 23.9 percent in 2020-22—the most since the 2008 global financial crisis. This is commensurate...

    Rethinking the Civil Society pivotal for the Africa we want

    Africa needs a robust civil society to ensure that socioeconomic development is inclusive and sustainable and to build a prosperous, economically and politically united...

    Three reasons why the US Fed Reserve holds the world in its hands

    Inflation is a global problem. At the end of August, it was 8.3 percent in the US and 9.1 percent in the Euro area....

    Africa’s rapid economic growth hasn’t fully closed income gaps

    Many economies in sub-Saharan Africa grew at a record pace before the pandemic. Ethiopia and Rwanda, for example, saw some of the fastest expansions...

    The Horn of Africa: Imperial showground, next frontier for international politics

    There has been a shift in the traditional superpower and structural diplomacy frameworks, and it has been recognized that this has transformed each side's...

    Hard to believe

    It is very surprising and a potential stain on the US’s international reputation when a man dedicated to the division and breakup of a...

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    Time for Eritrean troops to leave Ethiopia

    Ever since the federal government of Ethiopia and the...

    EEP awaits ENDF takeover to resume electricity in Mekelle

    Teams are ready to repair damaged electric lines Executives of...

    Confusion reigns over payment system reform

    Gone are the days when a telecom operator solely...
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