Friday, October 7, 2022

    Tag: In Depth

    Negotiating the Tigray war: what’s at stake?

    Since the war in Tigray started in early November 2020, there have been incessant calls for negotiation and ceasefire to seek peaceful resolution for...

    Divergent reactions to Tigray investigation

    Misery had been the defining feature of the conflict in the northern part of the country since it started on the fateful night of November 3, 2021.

    Implications of the coup in Sudan

    The situation in Sudan has become so dynamic over the past few weeks. The rift between the military and civilian sections of Sudan’s transitional...

    Inclusivity in national dialogue

    The buzz word national dialogue has been in every political discourse for long. Demands for a national dialogue were rather extensive since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) came to power following widespread protests across the nation.

    Analyzing the decision to close and relocate diplomatic missions

    They say there are no permanent friends in international relations. That might be true in so many cases but don’t take that remark for granted just yet. There are extra-ordinary relations between states. Ethio-Cuban and Ethio-Korean relations are among such special relations between nations.


    Women Returnees in Coke Kiosks Biz

    Aster Tesfaye is a returnee from Saudi Arabia and...

    Central Bank freezes accounts of 392 ‘currency dealers’

    The National Bank of Ethiopia ordered banks to freeze...

    Ethio telecom to face stiff competition as Safaricom launches service in Addis

      - Managers of Safaricom say there is no plan...

    To end war in North Ethiopia, AU schedules peace talks in South Africa

    - Ethiopia's gov't accepted the invitation   The African Union invites...