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The Lost Love of Unity in the Horn of Africa won’t be back again

Somaliland is a country that achieved many issues amid this region is fragile. Its leaders.

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Initiative for National Dialogue (Concerned Ethiopians Group – CEG)

Letter to the Editor-in-Chief of HornAffairs In July 2018, I participated in a discussion devoted.

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Ethiopia & Eritrea Perspectives: Survival and Security in Geopolitics of the Red Sea

(Amanuel T Muhzun) Solid economic and social stability has been one of the major objectives.

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Ethnic Based Party Systems and Democratic Stability: Implications for Ethiopia

(Abdissa Zerai, PhD) According to Edmund Burke (as cited in Sartori, 2005, p. 8), a.

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Sustainable Peace for Ethiopia and Eritrea: Beyond Borders (Statement from Concerned Scholars and Civic Societies)

Sustainable Peace For Ethiopia And Eritrea: Beyond Borders A Statement from Concerned Scholars and Civic.

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The Legitimacy of EPRDF’s decision on the Algiers Agreement and Border Ruling: Fuzzy, Illicit, Maneuver And Incomplete Retreat

(Zeray Weldesenbet) On June 05, 2018, the EPRDF politburo publicly and officially declared that Ethiopia has.

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Ethio -Eritrea peace deal crucial for regional stability

Introduction As history tells us from 1962 to 1993, Eritrea was ruled as a province.

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On the Ethio-Eritrean “Normalization”: Cautiously Optimistic

(Tekleab Shibru – PhD, Associate Prof. of Geomatics, Chicago State University) Since the Ethio-Eritrean war ended.

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Pluralism is not a Fault-line

(Dejene H.) In this incidence, the author prefers the term plurality to diversity because the.

No moral or political justification to verbally attack, never mind physically harm, Daniel Berhane!

(Haile Tessema) If there were open-mindedness and fairness in Ethiopia, Daniel Berhane wouldn’t be pigeonholed.