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The Dilemma of U.S. Policy in Ethiopia 

What do American taxpayers have to show for the billions of dollars in aid they poured into Ethiopia? I am afraid, not much!

Has Ethiopia crossed the rubicon, the point of no return? What should/can the U.S. do about the civil war that has arrived in Ethiopia in sheep’s clothing of civil disobedience, nonviolent resistance and noncooperation?


The dilemma of U.S. policy in Ethiopia is simply this: The TPLF (Tigrean People’s Liberation Front) is driving the country over the cliff into a cataclysmic civil war at breakneck speed. The Ethiopian opposition is fragmented, splintered, ineffective and disorganized. Continue reading The Dilemma of U.S. Policy in Ethiopia