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By: Said Temsamani October 30, 2012 UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s Western Sahara envoy Christopher Ross, spurned by Morocco in May, began a visit to the kingdom early on Saturday, the Moroccan foreign ministry said. Details of the visit were not given, but it is part of “efforts to revive the pr...
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SOME things are better not said. Nigeria’s attitude to accountability casts slurs on any efforts to fight corruption and the criminalities it sustains. How can $26.5 million (about N4.24 billion) be paid to the Federal Government, and nobody is sure who has the money? Why would it take America&...
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  By ethioadvocate.com This brief article is a reflection of our thoughts about an article that appeared on Online on 2012-10-29 titled “Ethiopia: A Time for a Paradigm Shift”, by Zelalem Eshete, Ph.D. For a general overview of our thoughts on the major tasks facing the leaders and policy makers ...
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The need for a democratic political system is one that we often hear and from different corners. The national discourse on the need for democracy is unanimous but the means of getting to that end is one that is heavily contested. The polarized nature of the political discourse has led to a division b...
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By David Barboza, The New York Times Editor’s Note- Corruption in Ethiopia is so rife that the country had lost over $11.7 billion to illicit capital outflows from 2000 to 2009, according to a report by the Global Financial Integrity. The people of Ethiopia are being bled dry, the report adds. Well, ...
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Over the last few months I have, like most Ghanaians home and abroad, been following with keen interest the December electioneering campaigning of the major political parties competing in this elections. I have engaged in discussions on policy positions of the major political parties with Zakariah Ta...
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By Julia Belluz On a recent visit to Debre Libanos, a 13th-century monastery outside Addis Ababa, one of Ethiopia’s few psychiatrists found 17 people in chains. Suffering from serious mental health issues ranging from schizophrenia to bipolar disorder, they’d somehow ended up at the monastery with ot...
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by Teshome Debalke The West may have won the Cold War but, lost the battle for democracy and the free market on its own making; competing with authoritarian regime of China on economic development and praising small time tyrants as champions of development says it all. African tyrants embezzled billi...
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What a Senseless Jock! Commentary T.Goshu Never the only one; but one of the most hypocritical and disingenuous political drama on the very fake political game of “the transfer of historic and peaceful political power” manifested itself when the late prime minister, Ato Meles Zenawi was struggling on...
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