Arguably, Ethiopia suffers from a severe ideological confusion. A sizable section of its educated class believes.
Yet, posturing aside, officials and scholars in Cairo understand the insistence on monopoly of the Nile waters, with implicit military threats is literally unsustainable. Indeed, the more intelligent amongst them should know, at least for a few years to come, a direct military attack on the Renaissance dam project is improbable.
The news that the 180-member EPRDF Council will vote on new leaders by the end.
This post provides a bird’s-eye-view of some of the restrictive provisions in the Anti-terrorism legislations.