Ethiopia Free Press is dead in 2014 Freedomhouse report

In response to the Ethiopian government’s arrest of six members of an independent blogging group and three journalists on April 25-26, Freedom House released the following statement: “Ethiopia’s arrests of journalists are a chilling example of the government’s efforts to silence alternative voices and dissent,” said Vukasin Petrovic, director of Africa programs at Freedom House. “These […] Continue reading →

Ethiopian Ethnocracy sold out the country to China

It is a dramatic increase in China’s investment in Ethiopia as spring board for African recolonization . By some estimates, it’s more than doubled in the past five years to more than two billion dollars and bribing the leaders to control one of the ancient independent country. This fuel the country’s recent dramatic foreign pumped […] Continue reading →

Chatham House Proposal many fear could break Eritrea ?

Original title  “Eritrea and Ethiopia: Beyond the Impasse” Briefing Jason Mosley, April 2014 Download paper here Summary: Opportunities exist for external efforts to foster improved relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia. This will involve questioning some of the underlying assumptions about their conflict and current regional dynamics. A fresh approach should involve engagement with each country individually, rather than immediate attempts […] Continue reading →

Britain funds land Grabbing & human rights abusers in Ethiopia in name of villagization

The UK government is providing financial aid to human rights abusers in Ethiopia through funding training paramilitaries, who perpetrate summary killings, rape and torture in the impoverished African country, local media reported.   Through its foreign aid budget, the UK government provides financial support to an Ethiopian government security force known as the “special police” as […] Continue reading →