Will Africa Ever get Fair Representation at UNSC?

The global order, if it still exists, is unjust and undemocratic, to say the least. What is more saddening is it remained so despite the centuries long preaching, declarations revolutions and multilateral... Read more »

A longstanding resolve towards global peace

Ethiopia has been standing shoulder high in peacekeeping diplomacy also known as military diplomacy. From Korea to Somalia, Ethiopians have sacrificed their lives for the peace and stability of other countries. The... Read more »

Fostering reconciliation through transitional justice

To assure responsibility, serve justice, and accomplish reconciliation, a society may need to confront the legacy of widespread previous conflict, repression, violations, and abuses. This process is known as transitional justice and... Read more »

 The legacy of Ethiopia’s patriots

Historians say that most of human history is characterized by wars, conflicts, power struggles and insurrections among peoples, their rulers or aspiring ones. People fight for the control of resources, land, power... Read more »

 A boon to Ethiopia’s diplomatic clout

As one of the first members of the League of Nations, which eventually became the United Nations and the African Union, Ethiopia has been at the forefront of international diplomacy. Being the... Read more »

 Spreading development through IDA financing

The International Development Association (IDA), an organization that provides development financing and cross-sector support to address global challenges and enhance development outcomes, held its summit in Nairobi, Kenya. As a part of... Read more »

 Rewarding cooperation with expanding ties

The risk of being landlocked with a population of over 120 million is unimaginable. The Ethiopian government seems to understand this issue and is actively searching for alternative sea routes for the... Read more »

Victory Day, the continued struggle for sovereignty

Ethiopia is in many ways a unique African nation. Unlike other African states, Ethiopia has not included Independence Day in its list of public holidays. The reason for this is obvious. Since... Read more »

 The continued Diasporas’ backing to Abbay dam

Ethiopia is constructing a mega hydroelectric power plant, Abbay Dam, also known as the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), without relying on financial support from international or other countries. This ambitious project... Read more »

 A solid foundation to redress Ethiopia’s major hurdles

Ethiopia is putting in place a multitude of problem-solving mechanisms to address the existing and new political challenges resulting from recent circumstances, such as the conflict in the northern part of the... Read more »