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How Harlem’s Col. Hubert (Black Eagle) Julian soared to glory at home and in Ethiopia

Col. Hubert Julian beside a plane in Le Bourget.

Col. Hubert Julian, the Black Eagle of Harlem, was in Addis Ababa, and it would have been his most glorious hour if he'd only had an airplane.

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Analysis: The Ailing State Of Health Care In Ethiopia’s State-Run Hospitals, Who Takes The Blame?

The situation in many state-run hospitals outside of the capital is no less grim, but the burden is severe when it comes to the nation’s capital Addis Abeba.

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Cultural competence is a game changer for Ethiopians in the Diaspora

ECADF Ethiopian News, Opinions and Views

To get along with people from diverse cultures, we should stop treating our native culture as the standard bearer. We shouldn’t expect everyone to behave and act the way we do.

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Why the European Union, Canada and the USA Need a Unified and Prosperous Ethiopia

Aklog Birara (DR)

Fracturing people into smaller and smaller ethnic groups for the sole purpose of dominating them creates far reaching unintended consequences that no one can predict.

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Skirting the issue won’t help vindicate dysfunctional Ethiopian elites escape responsibility for their delinquencies

The cost of dysfunctional behavior of contemporary Ethiopian elites

The former army general who led the TPLF forces into Addis in 1991 said Ethiopia is fundamentally a Red Sea country but the current activities in Eritrea considers Ethiopia as an insignificant entity in the region.

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Trump’s Africa policy should end US aid to dictators, rights abusers

Trump's Africa policy

In Africa, removing the “rust” from U.S. policy means disentanglement from partnership with African dictators because continuing with business as usual with them will not enhance American security.

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Ethiopia: Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Keeping One’s Land

Ethiopia is One

The T-TPLF today says to Oromos, “Let’s talk about ‘Oromiya’s  special interest in Addis Ababa and self-determination. Here is some cotton candy to chew on while we talk.

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A lived experience in Wollo University, Ethiopia: Academic Freedom in Public Universities

Wollo University, Ethiopia

Academic freedom is not only for individuals, instead it is important to look for the freedom of Universities as an institution.

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Why the European Union, Canada and the USA Need a Unified and Prosperous Ethiopia

Aklog Birara (DR)

My argument in this commentary is that a Balkanized, tribal, sectarian, conflict ridden, oppressed, repressed, dependent and corrupt Ethiopia won’t be of any value to Western democracies.

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Ethiopia: Let us honor our heroes and disgrace villains

Kwami Nkrumah and Haile Selassie

Melesse Zenawi destroyer and divider of the Ethiopian Nation, Killer of men, women and children, master of genocides and totally responsible for all evils in this country.

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An Academic Analysis of Ethiopian Illegal Adoptions: A Sobering Roadmap

Some children arrived in the United States believing they were only visiting.

The issue of illegal adoptions from Ethiopia has been simmering for years. I don’t think anyone has statistics on how many adoptions have been legal or illegal.

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A Mafia Developmental State: Dysfunctional elites’ premeditated racket against Ethiopians

A Mafia Developmental State in Ethiopia

It is abundantly clear for all Ethiopians by now, TPLF’s ethnic divide is practical dead as many Ethiopians fooled for so long figured out the premeditated hoax but, not buried yet.

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From Ethiopianness to Ethnic Fragmentation: the Adversity of Retrospective Logic

Messay Kebede

A leitmotiv of ethnic politics in Ethiopia is the use of retrospective logic as an essential argument to justify its ideological stand.

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The Endless Plight of Ethiopian Migrant Workers: Death at Home and Dehumanization Abroad

The Endless Plight of Ethiopian Migrant Workers

Barely three years after more than 160,000 Ethiopian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia were expelled from the Kingdom, an estimated 400,000-750,000 Ethiopian migrant workers face a dire situation again.

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Ethiopia: Sick Political Mentality That Should Not Go Without Being Checked

ECADF Ethiopian News, Opinions and Views

Ato Tekle Yeshaw takes his “challenge” to the extent of accusing Ato Ephrem and Arbegnoch Ginbot 7 of being “threats (preventers) to the coming the descendants of Emperor Menelik to power.”

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What Needs to be Done to Save Ethiopia?

Dialogue Between Eritreans and Ethiopians

Remember it is only unity and working together that can save our country! I call up on every political organizations that oppose TPLF  and even to the regime supporters to come to these reality.

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Why Ethiopia’s Unity is Imperative and Beneficial to All

The Obama Administration is a party to the crises in Ethiopia

The challenge before us is to provide a compelling narrative on political, social, economic and spiritual inclusion and a democratic architecture to sustain it perpetually.

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World must oppose Ethiopian government-sanctioned mass killings

World must oppose Ethiopian government-sanctioned mass killings

Ethiopian courts refuse to investigate incidents of alleged torture, information dissemination is hindered with false media reports, and international agencies are blocked from investigating and detailing government oppression of civilians.

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Ethiopia: Dear Lencho Bati: Who are you uniting? 

ODF leader Lencho Bati

Mr. Lencho, we need to end this ethnic politics nightmare and throw the whole woyane system in the garbage of history. We don't need another ethnic unity formula.

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How long members and apologist of TPLF Mafia tolerate idiocy that reached the limit

ECADF Ethiopian News, Opinions and Views

Essentially, TPLF Mafia’s survival depends on alternative facts and plagiary. With that kind of records; there is no redemption nor a way out.

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