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War no panacea to Ethiopia’s multi-faceted challenges

The civil war presently raging in northern Ethiopia must come to an immediate stop before it lands the country in the rank of failed states like Syria, Libya and Yemen. In a country that has been beset with a set of interminable problems internecine strife cannot be a solution.

Strong unity essential to defending national sovereignty

The ignorant and irresponsible comments U.S. President Donald Trump last week in which he said Egypt will end up blowing the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is entirely unacceptable by any standard. It’s not only Ethiopians who find his comments abhorrent; all Africans share the same sentiment.

Shunning politics of mutually assured destruction

Peace is a valuable commodity vital to the continued viability of Ethiopia as a nation. Accordingly, each and every Ethiopian must contribute his/her share to the prevalence of stability throughout the territory of the nation.

Freedom unthinkable without justice!

Justice is a fundamental pillar of any society. Without justice society cannot exist. It’s only when justice is upheld that Ethiopian can put an end to its long chapter of ordeal and heal itself.

Gearing up for upcoming elections

Now that the go-ahead has been given to conduct 2020’s delayed general elections all political parties are duty-bound to make the necessary preparations to earn the consent of voters.