Eritrea’s Resilience: A Corollary of Unremitting External Hostility

A perceptive piece that chronicles British entrenched and biased stance against Eritrea for almost seven decades. BY TESFAY ARADOM (Ph. D.) Having overcome countless obstacles and foiled relentless regional and international conspiracies for the last eight decades, the Eritrean people and government have situated themselves in a favorable diplomatic, political, financial and military position.

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A Look Back on Eritrea’s Historic 1993 Referendum

Two years after winning a de facto independence and effectively end of the armed struggle for independence, the Eritrean people held a historic, internationally supervised referendum on April 23-25, 1993 to determine its political future. Today, we are commemorating its 25th Anniversary. BY FIKREJESUS AMHAZION (Ph.D.) This week represents the 25th anniversary of the Eritrean […]

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Ethnically Fragmented Ethiopia Teeters on the Brink: Dawit Woldegiorgis

By ESAT News, Dawit Wolde Giorgis, who currently heads African Security and Strategic Studies as Executive Director discusses the current famine in Ethiopia comparing it to the terrible famine of 1984 when he was the commissioner of Relief and Rehabilitation. He shades light on the multi-faceted security and stability challenges facing Ethiopia under the minority […]

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