Ethiopia: They Shall Inherit the Wind

By Alemayehu G Mariam The Sandcastles and Dams of African Dictators All dictators on the African continent have sought immortality by leaving a legacy that will outlive them and endure for the ages.…

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Ethiopia: “So What!”

By Prof. Alemayehu G. Mariam “So what! Soo what!! Sooo whaaat!!!” was the repetitive mantra of dictator Meles Zenawi recently in response to pesky questions lobbed at him in parliament about his…

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The toxic ecology of African dictators

By Alemayehu G. Mariam  December 7, 2009 The inconvenient truth about Africa today is that dictatorship presents a far more perilous threat to the survival of Africans than climate change. The devastation…

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Ethiopia at the millennium plus one

By Mammo Muchie A year on from Ethiopia’s new millennium, Mammo Muchie highlights the country’s historic role as the cradle of African nationalism. Arguing that reparations remain due from the period of…

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Ethiopia: Mediation and the mazes of a dictator

By Messay Kebede August 66, 2007 — Various Ethiopian websites exhibit articles that highly congratulate and praise the achievements of mediators in the long-drawn-out attempt to free the CUD leaders. According to…

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IT IS TIME TO UNBETRAY DEMOCRACY- AL MARIAM

Democracy in Ethiopia, Unplugged: Reflections on a Dream Deferred[1] Alemayehu G. Mariam Thank you Kinijit-Oakland Support Chapter for organizing this Town Hall Meeting and for inviting me to speak on the second…

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