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Ethiopia

Tag Archives | Ethiopia

  • Bloomberg

    In South Sudan, China Peacemaker Role Marks a First in its Diplomacy

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  • JC McIlwaine/UN Photo

    Education is the Most Effective Way to Counter Radical Islam

  • Liu Zhen/China News Service

    Ethiopia and China: How Two Former Empires Connected in the 20th Century

  • Clara Padovan/UN

    Al Qaeda’s Growing Influence in Central Africa

  • NonviolentPeaceforce.org/Flickr

    South Sudan’s fragile Existence

  • Horn of Africa

    Religious Diversity in East Africa and the Horn

  • Sheikh Said Island, Massawa, 1963. Photo: Richard Lyman

    Ethiopia Peace Corps Diary: Visit to the Port of Massawa

  • Hebe and Larry at Abu Samuel. Marty Benjamin is on the left

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 19

  • Source: Elissa Jobson/gga.org

    China’s Investment in Ethiopia

  • South Sudan

    U.S. Policy toward Sudan and South Sudan

  • Rising from Ashes Foundation

    Rising from Ashes: The Rwandan Genocide and Conflict Resolution through Sports

  • Ethiopian troops in Baidoa, Somalia following their inclusion in AMISOM. Tobin Jones/UN

    Ethiopian Troops have Joined AMISOM: What This Means for AMISOM as a ‘Neutral Force’

  • UN peacekeepers at a camp for internally displaced persons in Juba. Isaac Billy/UN

    In Sudan, Remnants of Colonialism’s Dead Hand

  • Gathering of African heterodox Muslims in eastern Ethiopia. Photo: Swiatoslaw Wojtkowiak

    A Look at Muslim-Christian Relations in Ethiopia

  • Introducing our 'Best of 2013' list

    Introducing our ‘Best of 2013′ List

  • Foreign nationals being evacuated from South Sudan.  Photo: Dave Stanley

    South Sudan: Growing Pains or a Failed State?

  • Angolan engineers

    Q & A on China-Africa and Ethiopia

  • BBC

    Comic Relief: Capitalizing on the Useful Poor

  • A Somali soldier in Afgooye, Somalia. Tobin Jones/UN

    China Confronts Terrorism in Africa

  • Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam

    Paper on Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam

  • Richard Lyman photographed in Ebony magazine listening to President Kennedy address roughly 600 Peace Corps Volunteers, 1962. Just to the right of Kennedy

    The Day Kennedy was Assassinated, Gondar, Ethiopia

  • Somaliland

    Somaliland: Progress towards a Regional and International Role

  • Africa shipping

    Good GDP Growth Rates in Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania

  • Horn of Africa

    Why is the Horn Different

  • Africa

    Ibrahim Index of African Governance: East Africa and the Horn

  • A Kenyan soldier with AMISOM stands guard in Kismayo, southern Somalia. Stuart Price/UN

    Somalia: Origin, Development and Future of AMISOM

  • Ugandan troops serving with AMISOM in Buur-Hakba, Somalia following it's capture the day before from the terrorist group Al Shabaab. Stuart Price/AU-UN

    Al-Shabaab’s Continued Security Threat in the Horn of Africa

  • Amazon

    Review of Clan Cleansing in Somalia by Lidwien Kapteijns

  • Sarah Tew/CNET

    Pros and Cons of China’s Telecom Expansion in Ethiopia

  • President Barack Obama greets residents of Gorée Island, Senegal, June 27, 2013. Pete Souza/White House

    Obama must stay Committed to Africa

  • Vimeo

    Sincerely Ethiopia: A Documentary

  • U.S. soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment deployed with Combined Joint Task Force- Horn of Africa, at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti

    Readying Outpost in Djibouti for ‘Rapid Response’

  • Soldiers gather at a former camp for Islamic extremists near Marti, Nigeria, on Wednesday. Oil-rich Nigeria is threatened by the terrorist group Boko Haram.  Source: The Washington Times

    Nigeria Needs Help not a Kerry Lecture

  • Pictured: Ato Nefse, Aba Gebrameskel, Ato Ketema Kifle, Ato Maorei and Ato Beru

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 18

  • President Barack Obama and Professor John Evans Atta Mills, President of the Republic of Ghana, hold a bilateral meeting in the Oval Office, March 8, 2012.  Pete Souza/White House

    U.S. Ignores Sub-Saharan Africa

  • DoD Photo

    Strategic Importance of Djibouti

  • A young Somali in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. Tobin Jones/UN

    Somalia’s Future Depends on Educating its Youth

  • Celebration on Tukul Hill.  Celebrating the unification of Eritrea and Ethiopia

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 17

  • Susan Rice, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations briefs journalists following a meeting on Sub-Sahara Africa. Rick Bajornas/UN

    State-Building in Somalia: For Whose Benefit?