Is Ethiopia Africa's Next Powerhouse?
Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed - the youngest African leader at 42 years old - has initiated a series of unprecedented economic and political reforms in his first 12 months in office, writes Whitney Schneidman for the Brookings Institution.
Ethiopia: Africa's Next Powerhouse?
Brookings, 28 March 2019
Ethiopia’s prime minister, Dr. Abiy Ahmed - the youngest African leader at 42 years old - has initiated a series of unprecedented economic and political reforms in his first… Read more »
Ethiopia's Digital Economy: Boom, Bang
Addis Standard, 18 April 2019
A flourishing digital economy is a new feature in the dynamics of the new Ethiopia. Slower as this explosion might be compared to the case in other countries, marked by competitive… Read more »
Besides Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's daunting task of uniting a country that has been fragmented by years of protests, violation of human rights, economic disparity and corruption, ... Read more »
The reformed party, chaired by Abiy Ahmed and his deputy Demeke Mekonnen, is enjoying wider acceptance and renewed political legitimacy but Ethiopians are aware that the ... Read more »
The amnesty, which has now come to an end, allowed pardons for people facing criminal or terrorism charges, or who had been convicted of offences like terrorism. Read more »
Home to Africa's second largest refugee population after Uganda, Ethiopia hosts more than 900,000 people who have fled conflict, drought and persecution in neighbouring countries ... Read more »