Regions / Ethiopia
Bono's new ONE campaign to help with famine in the Horn of Africa ignores the political causes of the crisis.
In what appears to be another U.S. proxy war.
Haiti never had a chance. It had been treated as a standing threat since its revolution in 1804.
Two former leaders of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front have alleged in a BBC radio program that the TPLF leadership – which included Meles Zenawi – used millions of dollars earmarked for famine relief in the 1980s to buy weapons and enrich themselves.
It's time for some straight talk on U.S.-Africa policy.
Is the fall of Mogadishu déjà vu all over again?
Despite claims to the contrary, Ethiopia and Eritrea have been fighting not over a border but over rival hegemonic claims in the Horn of Africa and over "national pride" and "territorial integrity."
The latest State Department call for progress in the stalled Ethiopia-Eritrea peace accord--issued this week and coming on the heels of similar expressions of concern by European diplomats last week--is welcome news for those fearing the renewal of war.
By almost any measure, the war on AIDS is more important than the war on terrorism. Yet Washingtons fixation with the latterstill loosely definedcampaign threatens to crowd out attention to Africas priorities.
Peace efforts by the international communityparticularly the U.S.lost momentum after the signing of the Algiers accords.