Photo - Oromo protest in Woliso, August 6, 2016 [Credit: Social media]
The ‘Ethiopian Spring’: “Killing is not an answer to our grievances”

(René Lefort – Open Democracy) There is every sign that Ethiopia is plunging into a.

Photo - Oromo protests 2015
Ethiopia: The Government should negotiate with the Protest Movements

(Tefaye Debella) It is crucial for Ethiopians of every stripe to express our thoughts on.

Ethiopia: The Military – The One at Stake

(Yeshitila Zewdie) “It’s so hard to forget pain, but it’s even harder to remember sweetness..

Ethiopia: Chaos for Votless Power

The voice of its People is the voice of the country! Not those crimes committed.

Map - Ethiopia federal regions
Ethiopia: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?

(Yeshitila Zewdie) From among the fairy tales I heard and know about, the making of.

Photo - Troops on the streets of Montreal, Canada, during the 1970 October Crisis [Credit: Montreal Gazette]
Lessons from Canada for Ethiopia in Quelling Violence

(Tesfai Hailu) “There’s a lot of bleeding hearts around who don’t like to see people.

Map - Incident locations in Amhara region, Ethiopia
Ethiopia: Dozens killed after clashes in Bahirdar, in rural Gondar

Security forces killed several people in Bahir Dar city, northwestern Ethiopia, after clashing with protesters..

Map - Ethiopia regional map
A road map to resolving Ethiopia’s political crisis(Gen. Tsadkan G/tensae)

Editor’s note: Recently, the former Chief of Staff, General Tsadkan Gebretensae, presented a paper on Ethiopia’s current.

Photo - General Tsadkan Gebretensae
General Tsadkan Gebretensae’s response to Prof. Messay Kebede

General Tsadkan Gebretensae’s piece on Ethiopia’s current political challenges. triggered heated discussion on social media and.

Photo - Prof. Messay Kebede
Review of Lt. General Tsadkan Gebretensae’s Article (Messay Kebede)

Last Sunday, Lt. General Tsadkan Gebretensae published a commentary on Ethiopia’s current political challenges and solutions on.