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The Peace with Ethiopia is just that: Peace with Ethiopia

The majority of Eritreans see peace with Ethiopia as a phenomenal accomplishment, which they have held their breath for since the signing of the Algiers Agreement. They also know that this peace was a key requisite to move up the development ladder – economic, political and social development ladder.

BY METKEL SEWRA | SHABAIT

It is disappointing to find Dr. Tanja Müller, a relatively respected researcher on Horn of Africa affairs, comfortably regurgitating tired diatribes stitched together with unverifiable conversations that took place in Mekele, Ethiopia, around coffee shops and in taxis, to frame a piteous article published earlier this week on the World Politics Review website. Continue reading The Peace with Ethiopia is just that: Peace with Ethiopia