EPLF HGDEF Vision Room Interview with Amanuel Biedemariam

On Saturday August 4, 2018 I expressed my views on the current developments in our region, the peace agreement with Ethiopia, sanctions, geopolitical juxtaposition in the region, Eritrean community and the challenges we endured to get to where we are with EPLF HGDEF VISION ROOM Pal-talk. I discussed Tigray People’s Liberation Front and how it is using Tigrai region as human shields. I was compelled to get out and share my views to provide perspective. Please enjoy.

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Ethiopia: TPLF’s Strategy of Chaos

By Elias Amare I see the ranting gibberish of this Tigrayan “academic” operative of the TPLF —Mehari Yohannes by name, a lecturer of political science at Mekelle University, which gives you an idea of the abysmal state of education in Tigray — as nothing but an extension of the TPLF’s “Strategy of Chaos”. But, if there is any doubt in […]

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Amanuel Biedemariam Interview with Voice of Eritrea DC

http://www.voiceoferitrea.com On Saturday April 7,  I was interviewed by  VOE-DC to discuss Prime Minister Abiye Ahmed  of  Ethiopia, its implications to Ethiopia, Eritrea and the region. We discussed the implications of his selection, analyzed his address to the parliament and what he tried to achieve with the speech, whom he tried to speak to and the messages he tried to […]

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Memories of Dr. Nerayo Teklemichael

Memories of Dr. Nerayo By Samuela Zerai March 23, 2018 Dr. Nerayo Teklemichael was a man of the people who dedicated his life for his country and his passing away is a loss to the country but is heavy on his family and close associates in the armed struggle. Dr. Nerayo Teklemichael was not an ordinary person or run-of-the-mill doctor. […]

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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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