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Reasons why Ethiopia-Oromo rebels peace pacts have failed

Two attempts have been made to broker peace between the Ethiopian government and the armed rebel group Oromo Liberation Front. The armed group was...

Somaliland’s struggle for recognition amidst global geopolitical dynamics

The Republic of Somaliland finds itself at a critical juncture in its journey for international recognition. The catalyst for this seismic development materialized on...

A call to heads of states and Governments in Africa

35 mln children without parents must be visible to national policies for child protection In today's world, where data and policies shape the direction of...
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A silent debt crisis is engulfing developing economies with weak credit ratings

Some developing economies are finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. Global inflation is receding and global interest rates appear to have...

Unravelling multilateralism: Examining the role of global, regional institutions in addressing conflicts

In today's globalized world, multilateral engagements between states and global institutions face significant challenges. Regional and sub-regional institutions operating in various areas are grappling...

Somalia vs. Somaliland? Mazrui’s last word

The late, esteemed Pan-Africanist scholar, Ali Mazrui, has once again caught the attention of the media. This comes in light of the Memorandum of...
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My take on the New Draft Public Procurement Regulation

This article is written in response to the news published in The Reporter newspaper on December 30, 2023, titled "Fed spurns fierce SOE objections...

Why Ethiopia’s commitment to Pan-Africanism earns it a permanent seat for the AU

The prestigious headquarters of the African Union has stood proudly in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia since the organization's founding over half a century ago. From...

Walking the talk: Taking responsibility for social change

Last week, while giving spare change to a homeless person, I forgot to take a selfie. Who knows how many likes I would have...
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Ethiopia’s MoU with Somaliland: A case of diplomacy gone awry

Recently, we witnessed a signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for sea access between the Ethiopian Prime Minister and the de facto...
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