Like repressive governments before it, Abiy’s administration seeks to control the narrative by controlling that most democratic of news-dissemination tools: social media
African countries are missing an opportunity to work closer together to boost trade and infrastructure
The effects of plagues in antiquity and modern ages reveal startling similarities.
By Donné Cameron This is turning out to be a big week of big deals; first Greece, now Iran and very soon Addis. I am writing from within a bubble, albeit a loud bubble, of bureaucracy in the middle of downtown Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where the UN has chosen to host people to talk about […]
By Namhla Thando Matshanda On a recent trip to the Horn of Africa I spent a substantial amount of time in Somali-inhabited areas. Most of this time was spent in Ethiopia’s Somali regional state, with a brief visit to the autonomous northern region of Somalia, Somaliland. I feel compelled to write this piece in the […]