Ethiopia

Ethiopian Renaissance Dam: A Unifying Peoples Proejct: With a population of 118 million (expected to top 200 million by the end of 2049) Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa. 70% (c.80 million) are under thirty. 24 July 2021. Read More
Stop Interfering”: Ethiopias Opportunity Post Election: Despite ongoing violence in the northern region of Tigray, persistent attempts to de-rail the process and cries of catastrophe by western powers (most notably the US) and mainstream media, on the 21 June Ethiopia conducted its first ever democratic elections. 9 July 2021. Read More
Ethiopia: Violence Instability and the Need for Law and Order: An unresolved war in the north of the country; ethnic based violence some are describing as genocide in the West; random explosions of aggression in various regions: Ethiopia is trembling. 26 April 2021. Read More
Ethiopia: Death and Despair as Divisions Erupt Into Violent Conflict: Grandmothers carrying babies, mothers, children, men young and old with nothing but the clothes on their backs are fleeing fighting in northern Ethiopia and making their way to Sudan, where emergency camps await them. Read more
Ethiopia’s Volatile Path to Democracy. Ancient ethnic divisions and long held grievances die hard. Ethiopia is made up of dozens of tribal/ethnic groups, divided into nine regional states. Read more
The Need for Unity in Ethiopia: Ethiopia is a tribal nation, made up of 80 or so different groups, some large some small, some powerful, some not. Read more
A Political Renaissance in Ethiopia: What Should Change Look Like? This is an extraordinary time in Ethiopia’s history, a time of tremendous opportunity and hope. Read more
A Time of Hope for Ethiopia: As a result of the protest campaign that started in 2015, political change is at last underway in Ethiopia, and a feeling of optimism is beginning to pervade the country. Read more
Ethiopia: Government-Fuelled Conflict & the Need for Unity: In an attempt to distract attention from unprecedented protests ad widespread discontent, the Ethiopian Government has engineered a series of violent ethnic conflicts in the country. Read more
Ethiopian’s Crying out for Freedom and Justice: Usually 11th September, or the 1st of Meskerem on the Ethiopian calendar, is a day of celebration, it is the Ethiopian New Year. Read more