Lasting solutions to the conflict in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray will only come from African initiatives, say Kenya’s Ambassador Macharia Kamau and Ambassador Martin Kimani.
The situation in Ethiopia, with elections postponed again and a war waging in the Tigray region, is a tragedy not only for Ethiopia but all of Africa, says New African editor Anver Versi.
Although Ethiopia’s President Abiy Ahmed to all intents and purposes triumphed militarily over his enemies in Tigray, there could still be plenty of trouble ahead.
Climate change poses a great threat in a country where it is estimated that 80% of the population survive as subsistence farmers.
As foreign interests battle for dominance in the African Horn, Japan seeks to safeguard its access to its vital trade routes.
Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s 42-year old Prime Minister is attempting to build on the peace agreement signed with Eritrea last year and position himself as a …