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CSOs participation and role in humanitarian assistance efforts

The Government is working with non-state actors to respond to the urgent needs of people affected by drought in different regions, with the effort...

Harnessing the power of teenage girls

The marginalization of girls worldwide is morally reprehensible, socially self-defeating, and economically foolish.

The global security threat of antimicrobial resistance

The fight against infectious diseases is headed backward, as once-beatable microbes become resistant to existing therapies.

The Kagnews in Korea

The Kagnew battalions were sent to stand with South Koreans against the combined forces of North Korea and China, from June 1951 to the end of the war.  They fought in a number of engagements including the Battle of Pork Chop Hill, writes Alem Asres.

The death of OPEC

The shale-energy revolution in the United States, for example, has had a far-reaching international impact – far greater than expected. The Atlantic Basin ran an oil surplus – producing more than it consumed – for the first time in a half-century, writes Anas Alhajji.

Africa’s post-Brexit opportunity

Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Kenya have already modified their foreign policies, particularly their placement and selection of ambassadors, to focus on global economic and trade issues, writes Calestous Juma.

Guaranteeing a bright future for Africa

In my view, there are four things that will determine Africa’s future: health and nutrition, education, economic opportunity, and good governance. When people are not healthy, they cannot turn their attention to things like education, working and raising a family.

Ethiopia: Success in limiting gun violence

A simple Google search of conflict in Ethiopia may yield over four million results on the Internet. However, one of the actors in conflicts, the hidden factor which exacerbates causalities is less reported.

Is Ethiopia’s seat at the UNSCa big deal?

We are Africa’s largest and world’s fourth troop contributor to UN mandated peacekeeping. Constituting around 10 percent of UN troops, more than 8,000 Ethiopians are serving in Peacekeeping Missions around the world with additional value added resources and capabilities, writes Yeshiwas Degu.

Is Ethiopia’s seat at the UNSCa big deal?

We are Africa’s largest and world’s fourth troop contributor to UN mandated peacekeeping.
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