The Necessity of Cultural Reform: Working with time, not against By Assegid Habtewold

July 29th, 2016

In my recent article entitled “The Power of Culture: Why we couldn’t make lasting transformations”, I argued that reforming our culture is critical to experience lasting and sustainable change but, at the same time, very challenging. Read more…

July 29th, 2016
Yilkal concluded his Canada tour, Traveled to the US By E. Akele

July 28th, 2016
Review of Lt. General Tsadkan Gebre Tensay’s Article Messay Kebede

July 1st, 2016
The TPLF’s Mouthpiece Cannot Wear-Down the Identities of Welkait People by Attrition. By Kaleab Tessema

June 29th, 2016
The power of culture: Why we couldn’t make lasting transformations By Assegid Habtewold

June 25th, 2016
About the Report of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea – Messay Kebede

June 21st, 2016
Eritrea accuses Ethiopia of contemplating full-scale war

June 21st, 2016
Report details brutal crackdown on protest movement in Ethiopia’s Oromia region

June 12th, 2016
Eritrea confirmed fighting on border with Ethiopia

June 9th, 2016
Ethiopia’s Electric Utility Sold Unregistered Bonds in U.S.

June 9th, 2016
Somali Islamists attack Ethiopian military base in Somalia By Reuters

June 6th, 2016
Ethiopia: End use of counter-terrorism law to persecute dissenters and opposition members

June 6th, 2016
Establishing the Ethio-Adwa Pan-African University: Some Suggestions Professor Desta, Asayehgn

June 6th, 2016
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Undoing The Counterproductive Cultural Reforms TPLF Carried Out By Assegid Habtewold

May 24th, 2016
Linkages between Economic Growth and Food Security: An Eclectic Perspective By Professor Desta, Asayehgn

May 20th, 2016
Proposed Ethiopia Law Worries Bloggers, Activists (VOA)

May 16th, 2016
The Era of Great Famines is Far From Over –Not Yet! By Shewarega Assefa

May 16th, 2016
After its worst drought in 50 years, Ethiopia is being lashed by floods. Quartz Africa

May 8th, 2016
Amnesty urges Ethiopia to release Facebook activist

May 8th, 2016
ANALYSIS: ETHIOPIA’S SIMMERING SORES AND THE RE-OPENING OF OLD WOUNDS – BY Kalkidan Yibeltal & Tesfalem Waldyes