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War in Ethiopia Threatens to Engulf Horn of Africa
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War in Ethiopia Threatens to Engulf Horn of Africa
November 16, 2020

Africa’s second most populous nation is being plunged into catastrophic war which is also threatening to engulf the Horn of Africa. It’s scorched-earth geopolitics.

Regime-Change Mission in Ethiopia by Nobel Peace Laureate
November 11, 2020

After two years as prime minister Abiy Ahmed has overseen the collapse of a once strong and independent country, the only nation in Africa never to have been colonized by foreign powers.

Regime-Change Mission in Ethiopia by Nobel Peace Laureate
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Conflict Looms for Egypt and Ethiopia Over Nile Dam
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Conflict Looms for Egypt and Ethiopia Over Nile Dam
July 17, 2020

There is an underlying current for war that may prove unstoppable driven by two populous and thirsty nations whose leaders are badly in need of shoring up their political authority amid internal discontent.

Trump Splashes Into Nile Dispute to Gain Leverage in Middle East
March 11, 2020

The Trump administration has weighed in to back Egypt in its long-running dispute with Ethiopia over a crucial hydroelectric dam about to come into operation.

Trump Splashes Into Nile Dispute to Gain Leverage in Middle East
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Ethiopia – Breaking the Dam for Western Debt Slavery
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Ethiopia – Breaking the Dam for Western Debt Slavery
September 2, 2018

Abiy his new ruling faction are opening the dam gates for Western financial subjugation – euphemistically hailed as “reforms” in the Western news media, Finian Cunningham writes.

Ethiopia in Turmoil of US, Saudi-Backed Coup, Not ‘Reforms’
August 20, 2018

What is going on in Ethiopia is more akin to a foreign-backed coup against its international independence, Finian Cunningham writes.

Ethiopia in Turmoil of US, Saudi-Backed Coup, Not ‘Reforms’
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Geopolitics Shadow Ethiopia’s Foul Murder
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Geopolitics Shadow Ethiopia’s Foul Murder
August 2, 2018

The murder of Simegnew Bekele, whose Christian name means “hope” in his native language, has grievously struck the country’s sense of nationhood and its once bright aspirations for independent development.

Tillerson Takes ‘Great Power Competition’ to Africa
March 13, 2018

Last week, Rex Tillerson’s tour of Africa gave practical expression to what this “great power competition” looks like in the modern era. The top US diplomat seemed more interested engaging in schadenfreude and shadowing with regard to China and Russia, rather than in supposed “partnership” with African states.

Tillerson Takes ‘Great Power Competition’ to Africa
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