Eritrea In the Context of Black History

Amanuel Biedemariam February 3, 2018 How can Eritreans articulate their perspective of Black history? This is important question that Eritreans need to think about. What does it mean to be black? In the age of the internet and globalization, the world is exposed to infinite amount information. Yet, the world is polarized and divided. Inequality, income disparities between the poor […]

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Is African Union Good for Africa and Ethiopia?

Is African Union Good for Africa and Ethiopia? Amanuel Biedemariam January 25, 2018 On January 4, 2018 The African Union (AU) made a statement about the prevailing political situation in Ethiopia for the first time. Clearly, the statement was not intended to draw attention or, to help resolve the dire-situation in Ethiopia. Rather, it was intended to boost the image […]

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Eritrea Foiling Wars by Other Means

Eritrea Foiling Wars by Other Means Amanuel Biedemariam The Tigrayan Minority apartheid regime is crumbling, falling- apart and is at the precipice of total annihilation. That is welcome news for the people of Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan and Eritrea. Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) betrayed Eritrea. Betting on the fall of government of Eritrea and with the support of their […]

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Eritreans in New York

Eritreans gather to welcome their president, Eritreans in New York     October 3, 2011, By Amanuel Biedemariam, There are not enough words to describe what transpired on September 25, 2011 in New York City before, during and after the gathering with His Excellency President Isaias Afwerki. The festive-charged environment was indescribable and the event was a smashing success. The […]

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