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Tag Archives | Ethiopia

  • JC McIlwaine/UN Photo

    Education is the Most Effective Way to Counter Radical Islam

    by John Price
  • Liu Zhen/China News Service

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

    by David H. Shinn
  • Clara Padovan/UN

    Al Qaeda’s Growing Influence in Central Africa

    by Daniel Wagner
  • NonviolentPeaceforce.org/Flickr

    South Sudan’s fragile Existence

    by Sufyan bin Uzayr
  • Horn of Africa

    Religious Diversity in East Africa and the Horn

    by David H. Shinn
  • Sheikh Said Island, Massawa, 1963. Photo: Richard Lyman

    Ethiopia Peace Corps Diary: Visit to the Port of Massawa

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

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 19

    by Richard Lyman
  • Source: Elissa Jobson/gga.org

    China’s Investment in Ethiopia

    by David H. Shinn
  • South Sudan

    U.S. Policy toward Sudan and South Sudan

    by David H. Shinn
  • Rising from Ashes Foundation

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

    by John Price
  • 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’

    by Ahmed Ali M. Khayre
  • UN peacekeepers at a camp for internally displaced persons in Juba. Isaac Billy/UN

    In Sudan, Remnants of Colonialism’s Dead Hand

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • Gathering of African heterodox Muslims in eastern Ethiopia. Photo: Swiatoslaw Wojtkowiak

    A Look at Muslim-Christian Relations in Ethiopia

    by David H. Shinn
  • Introducing our 'Best of 2013' list

    Introducing our ‘Best of 2013′ List

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

    South Sudan: Growing Pains or a Failed State?

    by Sufyan bin Uzayr
  • Angolan engineers

    Q & A on China-Africa and Ethiopia

    by David H. Shinn
  • BBC

    Comic Relief: Capitalizing on the Useful Poor

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

    China Confronts Terrorism in Africa

    by David H. Shinn
  • Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam

    Paper on Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam

    by David H. Shinn
  • 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

    by Richard Lyman
  • Somaliland

    Somaliland: Progress towards a Regional and International Role

    by David H. Shinn
  • Africa shipping

    Good GDP Growth Rates in Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania

    by David H. Shinn
  • Horn of Africa

    Why is the Horn Different

    by David H. Shinn
  • Africa

    Ibrahim Index of African Governance: East Africa and the Horn

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

    Somalia: Origin, Development and Future of AMISOM

    by David H. Shinn
  • 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

    by John Price
  • Amazon

    Review of Clan Cleansing in Somalia by Lidwien Kapteijns

    by Mohamud Uluso
  • Sarah Tew/CNET

    Pros and Cons of China’s Telecom Expansion in Ethiopia

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

    Obama must stay Committed to Africa

    by John Price
  • Vimeo

    Sincerely Ethiopia: A Documentary

    by Patrick Hall
  • 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’

    by John Price
  • 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

    by John Price
  • Photo: Richard Lyman

    Ketema’s Farewell Party

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

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 18

    by Richard Lyman
  • 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

    by John Price
  • Source: Defense Department

    Strategic Importance of Djibouti

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

    Somalia’s Future Depends on Educating its Youth

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

    Peace Corps Diary: Ethiopia 1962-1964 Part 17

    by Richard Lyman
  • 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?

    by Mohamud Uluso