Author: Fetsum Berhane

Fetsum Berhane

Fetsum Berhane is an Ethiopian resident, economist researcher and a blogger on HornAffairs.

Ethiopia’s foray into Int’l capital market – lessons from Africa

For the most part, African countries long have had to rely on foreign aid or.

AU budget: He who pays the piper calls the tune

The African Union (AU) is a result of an age-old process that stimulated a sense.

Explainer: African Economic Community (AEC)

Today there is no country in Africa that is not a member of at least.

Review: Agenda 2063 – The Africa We Want

Kwame Nkurumah, the most notable of the leaders of pan-African movement, heralded the arrival of.

Ethiopia: Devaluation and dismal scientists

Ethiopia is blessed with brilliant economists however thanks to their aversion of the public space.

The 4th African Green Revolution Forum launched in Addis

Africa’s’ political capital, Addis Ababa, is hosting the African Green Revolution Forum, AGRF 2014, the.

Transcending unity delusion: A generational shift to a more perfect union

It was almost a month later that I found out about an article written by.

Explainer | Currency Devaluation

Devaluation means decreasing the value of the country’s currency in terms of other currencies. Devaluation.

Why do Ethiopia’s terrorists hold British passports?

The recent arrest of Andargachew Tsege, secretary general of Ginbot 7, an Ethiopian terrorist group,.

Ethiopian extremists’ facebook posts’d be depressing you – Insights from a new research

Last month, the international media was buzz with a controversial research conducted on facebook. The.