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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?

BY PROF. AL MARIAM *

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