How Events in Ethiopia Will Influence the Horn of Africa
Reforms currently sweeping through Ethiopia under the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed have implications for the relationship between Ethiopia and its neighbours. Ethiopia is seen as the de facto leading state in the region. But it has a history of clashing with neighbouring states, writes Namhla Matshanda for The Conversation Africa.
The Conversation Africa, 15 November 2018
Reforms currently sweeping through Ethiopia under the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed have implications for the relationship between Ethiopia and its neighbours. Ethiopia is seen as… Read more »
Mekelle, the capital of the Tigray region, is enjoying something of a boom.
IRIN, 15 November 2018
A group of Eritreans lines up outside a small, green army tent surrounded by yellow scrubland at the top of a ridge marking the Ethiopia-Eritrea border. Read more »
SNA, 18 November 2018
President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, Sunday met in Addis Ababa with the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed,and discussed progress of the bilateral relations… Read more »
This brings an end to a 34-year insurgency in eastern Ethiopia's Somali Region State, also known as Ogaden. The Ogaden National Liberation Front has been fighting for the rights of ... Read more »
Revolutionary democracy, or the idea that the enlightened élites should lead the unconscious masses to the revolution, has been the ruling coalition's main political and ... Read more »
The re-opening of border regions has already experienced an influx of goods and commodities for business, writes The Exchange. Read more »