Waiting to Die of Thirst: Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan, and the GERD
Photo Credit: Olof von Gawinski By Michael KeeneStaff Writer In northeast Africa, a tragedy of epic proportions has been playing out for decades. Ethiopia’s ongoing construction of a massive $4.5 billion dam over the Nile River’s largest tributary has led to an increasingly volatile East African environment, in which old colonial practices, climate change, and…
A Peacemaker, Who Might Oversee the Collapse of His Own Country
Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethopia, achieved international recognition in 2019 for brokering a peace deal with Eritrea and winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, he faces new political opponents, challenging the stability he was praised to have won.
IS ETHIOPIA STILL RELEVANT TODAY?
Staff Writer Siru (Rose) Zhu discusses her recent travels to Ethiopia.