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    Stop weaponizing of the U.N.

    Ever since the start of a brutal war between the government of Ethiopia and the forces of Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) following the...

    A renewed call for peace!

    Calls for an immediate to the third round of fighting between government forces and militants of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which poured...

    Hoping for a happy, peaceful, prosperous New...

    As Ethiopians ring in the new Ethiopian year of 2015, we are reminded that 2014 has been a year our beloved country has undergone...

    De-escalating PP’s infighting

    The panoply of challenges facing Ethiopia and its people show no sign of respite. Though active hostilities in the northern part of the country,...

    Rescinding appointment undermining rule of law, media regulator independence

      This week’s appointment of some nine individuals to the management board of the regulatory Ethiopian Media Authority (EMA) exactly a year after Parliament promulgated...

    Keeping up the fight to the death!

    Two pieces of legislation entailing catastrophic consequences for Ethiopia and its people are meandering through the United States Congress. The first, whose official moniker...

    Addressing effectively public’s demand

    In a rare foray into engaging Ethiopians in candid dialogues since the advent to power of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) in April 2018,...

    Central bank must not constrain fintech growth

    Ethiopia is a nation that continues to be on the wrong side of the global digital divide. Only a fifth of its over 110...

    Preparing the public for the worst

    The astronomical rise in the prices of basic commodities over the past fortnight has left consumers reeling and indignant in equal measure. The authorities...

    Drawing lessons from commissions’ unceremonious demise

    The controversy over the apparent dissolution of the Reconciliation Commission and the Administrative Boundary and Identity Issues Commission raises a host of questions that...

    Handling astutely challenges of banking sector liberalization

    The liberalization of the tightly controlled Ethiopian banking sector seems to be a step closer. In the past fortnight Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD)...

    The imperative to uphold the law lawfully

    The decision by the House of Peoples’ Representatives this week to cut short the six-month state of emergency it enacted in November has elicited...

    Seeking long-term solutions to famine

    Ethiopia is once again making headlines for a reason it has been considered synonymous with. Around 6 million of its citizens farming and pastoral...

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