Sixty years of war, permanent mobilization and widespread isolation by some Western countries paralyzed the country of Eritrea. But since the peace agreement with Ethiopia in the summer of 2018, there are high hopes. On the sidelines of a private visit to Münster, Germany, our colleague Ulrich Coppel spoke with the Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh. Continue reading Interview with FM Osman Saleh: Limiting National Service→
When one recalls how African Trojan horses were used as “key sponsors” of the UNSC sanctions (2009/2011) and UNHRC resolutions (2012) against Eritrea, we wonder if a similar gimmick is on the offing behind this “African voices” crap too.
Today, Q&A brings you an old friend of Eritrea, Dr. Hans-Ulrich Stauffer, an attorney of law and lecturer at the University of Basel. Dr. Stauffer made his first connection with Eritrea at the beginning of the 1970s during the armed struggle for independence. He knew and visited the field to get a good insight into how the people of Eritrea worked and struggled to get their independence. Continue reading (Interview) // ‘The World Needs to Know the Truth about Eritrea’→