The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is the largest country in the Horn of Africa.
It’s the second populous in Africa, with 1,104,300 sq km (426,371 sq mi) territory and home to 90 million people (2015 est.)
Ethiopia has a parliamentary form of government led by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn. The country is organized into nine federal states and two city governments.
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Joint Press Release of the Office of the First Lady of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; Italian Embassy; Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS); Bureau of Agriculture and Natural Resources of SNNPR and the United Nations [...]
“I envision a world where everyone can lead healthy and productive lives, regardless of who they are or where they live.” Dr. Tedros’s vision if he is elected to be the Director General of the World Health Organization. This year 2017, the [...]
(Mohamed Farah Abdi – Hargeisa, Somaliland) On 12 February 2017, the government of Somaliland accepted the formal application of the U.A.E. seeking permission from the Somaliland government to open a military base in Berbera. This application [...]
(Berhanu Tsegay) A major effort directed at establishing the relationship between public administration and development was undertaken by the United Nations recently. The UN’s Report (2005) stated that “no matter how organized and constitutional [...]
In this article, I attempt to shed light on the mind-boggling questions Ethiopia facing currently. There are two contradicting views in the contemporary Ethiopian political debate: that why Ethiopia faces such serious resistance while it is [...]
(Kudos Nahur – Berbera, Somaliland) The potential UAE military base in Berbera has seen controversy even within Somaliland presidency and its cohorts. Apart from these, there are various stakeholders connected to the port militarization [...]
(Tesfai Hailu) Anyone who has ever been enrolled in a postgraduate study at a credible university would know how demanding, exhausting and time-consuming it is. Prior to admission, not only does a prospective student have to earn above average [...]
(Kudos Nahur – Hargeysa, Somaliland) Somaliland’s delegation has been in United Arab Emirates (UAE) negotiating with DP World for the management of Berbera Port. But all of a sudden, local media reported that the Somaliland delegation [...]
This piece of article is to examine the hostile foreign policy of Eritrea, under President Isaias Afeworki, in the last 25 years: the motive behind and the realization of the intended goals. Eritrean scholars are welcomed to respond to this article [...]
Introduction It should not be confusing within the Arab politics that seeing them competing or quarreling sometimes does not mean they are divorced. However, it should be also clear that they cooperate when the issue is outside the Arab politics. [...]
(Ephrem Tekle Yacob – Heidelberg University) In Ethiopia, the gap between the learner and the teacher is so wide that both entities do usually not dare to cross it. It looks like the relation between the two is characterised by their roles as [...]
(Teshome Adugna (PhD) 1. Introduction There are various debates about the relationship between economic development and democracy in developing countries. Such debates were highly influenced by the political ideology or principle followed by the [...]
The UNESCO have announced on Wednesday (Nov. 30, 2016), the Gada system have been added to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The following is a brief description of the Gada system extracted from the [...]
(René Lefort) Almost exactly a year ago, Ethiopia entered its worst crisis since the arrival of the regime in 1991. Last month, a state of emergency was proclaimed. These two events have generated a flood of commentary and analysis. A few key [...]