Regardless of the scope and objective of the thesis, answering these extremely relevant and important issues is unexceptionable. This writer anticipates that Dr. Akolg would take this comment on board and conclude his series by providing answers and solutions to these critical issues instead of solely focusing on the implications of the land grab, which is a very important issue too.
Aklog Birara, PhD 2 accountable governance and from the participation of committed and hardworking citizens who care for one another and for their country.Aklog Birara, PhD “The people occupying the plateau of the Blue Nile are conscious of a glorious past and proudly call themselves Ethiopians.”. This is the thesis of this analytical piece. As a result of their secret and coded arrangements intended solely to serve them financially and economically, they sowed the seeds of revenge and.Aklog Birara PhD, Adjunct Professor, Trinity University, Washington, DC, Senior Advisor, the World Bank, retired 17July 2011. Part one identified similarities and differences between the Egyptian and Tunisian popular revolutions on the one hand and conditions for a similar uprising in Ethiopia on the other hand.
Zigzag Diplomacy: Ethiopian-Qatari Diplomatic Relations and their Implications By Aklog Birara, PhD Given its ideal geopolitical location, Ethiopia’s trade, economic, cultural and diplomatic ties to North Africa, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and South Asia and beyond predate Egyptian civilization.
Aklog Birara, PhD “Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.” Albert Einstein Part I of five This series is intended to raise awareness among Ethiopians and others with keen interest in African-Arab relations and the dynamics that are shaping political, social, cultural, economic, trade, investment and.
Ethiopia’s Governing Party is Rotten to the Core (Aklog Birara, PhD) February 21, 2014. by Aklog Birara, PhD Commentary.
Why Ethiopians Don’t Trust the TPLF (Aklog Birara) by Aklog Birara, PhD Commentary, Part II Premise I start this section with.
Aklog Birara (Dr.) The purpose of this two-part commentary is to underscore the honor as well as the dignity embedded in Ethiopia’s remarkable and continuous history; and the non-negotiability of Ethiopia as a country and Ethiopian national identity as a definer of who we are as people. These fundamental principles have guided Ethiopians through the worst of times; and the best of times for.
Aklog Birara (DR) (Part I)— Regardless of our political, religious and ethnic differences and the formidable odds Ethiopia continues to face, most ordinary Ethiopians agree Ethiopia has a remarkable and long history as a free and independent multiethnic and multi-religious nation. Although we claim and believe in this fundamental principle.
Aklog Birara, PhD Part II of V In part I of this series, I provided background for this first of its kind conference involving African and Arab scholars, experts and former government officials. The themes of the conference focused on peace, national reconciliation, governance, the roots of conflict, climate change, use of natural resources.
PhD, Adjunct Professor, Trinity University, Washington, DC, Senior Advisor, the World Bank, retired 8August 2011. Beyond the current fascinations concerning the “Arab Spring”, there are strategic economic and diplomatic dimensions that require deeper analysis and understanding concerning relations between Ethiopia on the one hand, and Egypt on the other.
Aklog Birara (Dr) My hypothesis in response to the question under the sub-tile is that Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed may not revert to the TPLF model of repressive and ethnic governance. Because, this reversal of history would only strengthen repression, ethnic-cleansing and ultimately Balkanization of Ethiopia and deepen or worsen poverty.
By Aklog Birara (PhD) “Watercourse States shall in their respective territories utilize an international watercourse in an equitable and reasonable manner. In particular, an international watercourse shall be used and developed by watercourse States with a.
Commentary Part two of five by Aklog Birara, PhD Part one of this series presented the Egyptian position on the Nile in a manner suggesting that, on its part, Ethiopian society must, equally, overcomes its internal governance gridlock that emanates from a cruel and repressive government leadership. This dictatorial governance refuses to reform itself or to allow other stakeholders to offer.
The Real Stuff in the Ethiopian New Year By Dr Aklog Birara September 10, 2018 Sooner or later the “Abiy Mania” that continues to grip Ethiopia will begin to fade as Ethiopia faces the intractable and hard socioeconomic reality on the ground that triggered the popular revolt.
By Aklog Birara, PhD Why Ethiopians Must Unite: part four (a) of five. By Aklog Birara, PhD. Posted by Zehabesha at 4:27 PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. No comments: Post a Comment. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Blog Archive 2017 (11).
She has a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. Esubalew Alehegn Tiruneh is Faculty in the Economics Department at Birmingham-Southern College, USA. His research interests and publications include issues related to economic development, foreign capital, innovation and growth, international development, and poverty.