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Understanding Eritrea

Understanding Eritrea is understanding the Horn of Africa region
Understanding Eritrea is understanding the Horn of Africa region.

BY JOHN GRAVERSGAARD

The Horn of Africa has been plagued by conflicts and war for decades, and finally, it seems that peace has come to the region.

Political changes in Ethiopia have opened for a rapid peace agreement with Eritrea signed on 8 July 2018 by President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea and Prime Minister Ahmed Abiy of Ethiopia.  Continue reading Understanding Eritrea

US Eritrea Policy, Misguided and Harmful

US Eritrea policy has always been to subjugate Eritrea and place it under the custodianship of Ethiopia

By Amanuel Biedemariam,

How can Americans measure the effectiveness of US policy on a given nation? What are the benchmarks on how, or what these agendas, objectives or values are based upon? Do US have interest in Eritrea and what are these interests? How does US Eritrea relation benefit Americans and so forth…

In the US hardly anyone that can answer these questions including those in government. However, when it is an obscure country, alien to the average citizen, say Eritrea, the likelihood of Americans having knowledge is nil or slightly above zero.  Continue reading US Eritrea Policy, Misguided and Harmful

Open Letter to Special Rapporteur Ms. Sheila B. Keetharuth

A call for a balanced, unbiased and fair representation of the views of all Eritrean stakeholders in her upcoming report

By Eritrean Professionals Network (EriPN),

The Eritrean Professionals Network (EriPN) is an organisation created by professional Eritreans in the UK to serve the Eritrean community in diaspora as well as promoting and enhancing technology and knowledge transfer between Eritrea and the host country with the view to making tangible contribution towards the long and complex nation building process.

EriPN identifies a real structural economic transformation as being the most critical factor in raising living standards of Eritreans and through its direct involvement, EriPN strives towards making positive contribution to the economic and social development of the nation and thus creating an environment where basic human values and human rights are respected in Eritrea from within and without.  Continue reading Open Letter to Special Rapporteur Ms. Sheila B. Keetharuth

How the UN is Used to Destroy African Sovereignty

“No nation in the world can forward its interest alone or through the UN if it does not serve the interest of the US. It is US interest or no interest.”

By Amanuel Biedemariam,

It is impossible to try to put in layman’s language the way United Nations (UN) works. To understand it, one need to explore the core values, the purposes the organization bases its foundation, and compare it to how it is functioning currently.

The UN was established by the United States in collaboration with England at the height of Second World War. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill spent a great deal of time in Washington crafting the language and the framework for an organization that has become a major tool to further the agenda of Western nations led by the US.  Continue reading How the UN is Used to Destroy African Sovereignty