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Congressional Fact Finding Mission to Eritrea, Key to Resolve Disinformation

“In order to improve relations, a strong signal needs to be sent to Asmara from Washington. […] President Isaias would very much like to put his relations with Washington on a more constructive footing. […] It is, therefore, up to the United States to take the first step.” – Bronwyn Bruton
By Abel Kebedom,

I am writing this short article not because I am a supporter of the Eritrean government but as an American citizen and proud tax payer, out of my firm belief that US government officials are required to give congressmen and women of the United States unbiased and unfettered information so that the latter can draft policies that could address the underlining problem correctly.

Hence, I am baffled by the ignorance and purposeful deception of the Assistant Secretary for African Affairs, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, during the witness testimony they gave to the United States Congress’ Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Hearing conducted on 14 September 2016. Continue reading Congressional Fact Finding Mission to Eritrea, Key to Resolve Disinformation