Author: Merkeb Negash
The developmental state (DS) literature puts competent and autonomous public institutions at the kernel of.
Almost any discussion on the Ethiopian developmental state start with what the Ethiopian developmental state.
Much of the debate on Ethiopia’s developmental statism focuses on what a developmental policy oriented.
(Merkeb Negash) Exactly a year ago, in an article titled “The Politics of Writing an.
Egypt accuses Ethiopia of being rigid for rejecting Egypt’s new proposal of another round of IPoE – this sounds ridiculous because international meetings are conducted on predetermined agendum. Egypt brought new agendum into the tripartite meeting reflecting only its own interest disregarding others; therefore, Ethiopia’s insistence to keep the meeting on the previously agreed points is a reverential move highlighting its longest diplomatic negotiation tradition.
(Merkeb Negash) One of the grave, yet common, mistakes in the discussion of the Ethiopian.
Irrespective of his whereabouts, however, Ali Abdu’s disappearance from public view in the last five months by itself points to a bigger picture. “Ali played a central role in one of the most oppressive governments on earth. The opacity that now surrounds his whereabouts is a symptom of more general problems in Eritrea, issues that have made life virtually impossible for much of the population- indeed, over a quarter-million Eritreans are living as refugees in surrounding countries”[
(By Merkeb Negash) “[i]f all comparative studies are viewed together, the hypothesis that there is.