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Non-Conformist Eritrea

Eritrea is non-conformist and focused on human rights as priority including the right to development.
Eritrea is non-conformist and focused on human rights as priority including the right to development. This article is, therefore, a ground reality perspective which debunks the current perception we have of Eritrea in the West.

BY RUBY SANDHU

Since time immemorial, there have been non-conformists and disruptors – they have made us look at the world through a new lens and progressed our evolution as a species. Captured as the David and Goliath myth. Today’s Goliath is a system where we continue to perpetuate policies which neither respect the planet, its ecosystem or its inhabitants. And a world where the disparity as between the “have” and the “have-nots” is widening and where to pacify the masses we have senseless media, consumption, and consumerism – entirely detrimental – as it is unsustainable to ours and the planet’s well being. In summary, we have “intelligence” and “cleverness” but we remain at times as a species bereft of wisdom and within a debilitating context. Continue reading Non-Conformist Eritrea

This is How Former South African Ambassador, Prof Iqbal Jhazbhay, Explained Eritrea

BY EMBASSY MEDIA

Former South Africa Ambassador to Eritrea, Prof. Iqbal Jhazbhay, explores the steadfastness of the people and Government of Eritrea; the role of the Eritrean Diaspora; the rich natural resources; Geo-strategic importance; the constructive role on Red Sea & Horn of Africa Region; negative media campaign and animosity from big powers, existing and potential partnership between Eritrea and South Africa. Continue reading This is How Former South African Ambassador, Prof Iqbal Jhazbhay, Explained Eritrea

Ethiopians Appeal to Sign Petition Against COIE

Eritreans and Ethiopians are calling to categorically and unequivocally reject the politically motivated reports of the Commission of Inquiry (COIE) and the Special Rapporteur (SR) on the Human Rights Situation in Eritrea.

By Neamin Zeleke,

Why lending support and sign the petition? A strong and stable Eritrea is vital for Ethiopia and the stability and security of the Horn in strategic ways.

A./ Unlike most countries in the Horn of Africa, including Ethiopia, Eritrea is the most stable, peaceful and secure country that has managed to keep the harmony and peaceful co-existence of its society that is multilingual and multiethnic with varied religions. Continue reading Ethiopians Appeal to Sign Petition Against COIE

Eritrea Urges AU to Press Ethiopia Withdraw From its Sovereign Territories

As one of the guarantors of the Algiers Agreement, the AU is fully mandated to follow-up whether the EEBC’s “Final and Binding” decisions are respected and properly implemented. It is proper and correct for ‘dialogue’ to take place before an arbitration decision. But once the two parties agree to settle their disputes in a “Final and Binding” arbitration mechanism, the parties must implement the decision unequivocally. The call for “dialogue and bilateral talks” by the party that is dissatisfied with the arbitration decision must not be accepted and entertained.

By TesfaNews,

AN ERITREAN delegation called upon the African Union (AU) to urge Ethiopia to abide by its treaty obligations and unconditionally withdraw from sovereign Eritrean territory, including the town of Badme.

Ambassador Araya Desta, Eritrea’s permanent AU representative made the call during the consideration of the report of the Peace and Security Council and the State of Peace and Security in Africa at the 24th summit of the organization in Addis Ababa. Continue reading Eritrea Urges AU to Press Ethiopia Withdraw From its Sovereign Territories

Susan Rice Against Arms Embargo on South Sudan

“I am against arms embargo simply because that would undermine the government’s ability to defend itself against the insurgency … and even if one were imposed, it won’t be effective since ally Uganda wouldn’t enforce it.” – Susan Rice

By Foreign Policy,

THE U.S. security advisor, Susan Rice, has for months resisted appeals from key allies, including Britain and France, to push for a weapons bans on South Sudan, diplomats, human rights advocates and congressional officials told Foreign Policy (FP) magazine.

President Barack Obama’s national security team, US secretary of state, John Kerry and its ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power want an arms embargo imposed on South Sudan.

Both Power and Kerry have reportedly argued internally that South Sudan’s Salva Kiir has ignored Washington’s diplomatic appeals to halt the killings in the ongoing conflict, calling for more coercive measures, including an arms embargo on the young nation. Continue reading Susan Rice Against Arms Embargo on South Sudan

America’s Political Shenanigans in Eritrea

The USA and the groups that are being mobilized to undermine Eritrean national interest, have no moral authority to preach about human right to Eritrea. Are the ongoing efforts to undermine Eritrea by all these elements, really out of the concern for the human right of the Eritrean people and Eritrean national interest?

By Daniel Berhane,

AS ONE of the greatest cities in the world, London is renowned for many things, and has been crowned “the most influential city in the world” and “the ‘best city in the world” among other things. Similarly, London, as global media power and a great center for influential think tanks and research institutes, it comes on top in hosting events addressing Eritrea’s political, diplomatic, and economic issues in the last decade.

From the several reports and papers produced by Chatham House, the world-leading international affairs think tank –including a report predicting the collapse of the Eritrean economy in a matter of months – to the recent intensive several events concerning human rights and migration that were held in some London Universities. Continue reading America’s Political Shenanigans in Eritrea