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Death of an autocrat: What comes next for Ethiopia?

By Kenneth RothAugust 31, 2012 Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia, who died last week after a long illness, liked to portray his country’s leadership as collective. But there was never any doubt about who was in char...
 
 
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Requiem for a Reprobate: Ethiopian Tyrant Should Not Be Lionized

By Thor Halvorssen and Alex Gladstein Source: Forbes With the dust beginning to settle on yesterday’s death of Meles Zenawi—ruler of Ethiopia since 1991—Western leaders have been quick to lavish praise on his legacy. A darling ...
 

 
 
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Ethiopia: The Misguided Drama of TPLF Diehards

By Selam Beyene [email protected] Without regard to the opportunity presented by the death of the late autocrat Meles Zenawi to initiate dialogue, atone for the crimes committed by the ethnic-based regime, and reach out to the...
 
 
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Ethiopia: Army Commits Torture, Rape Gambella Atrocities Follow Attack on Commercial Farm; New ‘Villagization’ Abuses

(Nairobi, August 28, 2012) – The Ethiopian military responded to an April 2012 attack on a large commercial farm in Gambella region with arbitrary arrests, rape, and other abuses against scores of local villagers, Human Rights ...
 

 
 
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THE BLIND SAMSON… Bye! Bye!

by Solomon Tessema G. (semnaworeq.blogspot.com) Great questions have the habit of reappearing in Human history. They reappear among all peoples and in all races; and since the establishments of a government in human history; pe...
 
 
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Ethiopia: A Country in Search of Peace and Leadership

by Sadiq A. Abdirahman Sadiq A. Abdirahman is an independent political analyst Ethiopia is irked by a lack of exemplary leadership that can unite the country and establish peace, tolerance, and harmony among its diverse populat...
 

 
 
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Ethiopia After Meles Zenawi – (analysis)

The death of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi on 20 August has triggered a constitutional succession mechanism which he personally designed, having led the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front for 21 years. His c...
 
 
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Democratic Change in Ethiopia support organization in Norway press release on Meles Death

DCESON Ref No:-00101\12 Date:- 25\08\12 New era for the people of Ethiopia Melese Zenawie was the worst dictator in the 21st century and gross human right abuser died at the age of 57 on 20 Aug, 2012. When Meles came to the Eth...
 

 
 
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A Farewell to Meles Zenawi

Alemayehu G. Mariam For over two hundred seventy five weeks, without missing a single week, I have written long expository commentaries on the deeds and misdeeds of the man who has been at the helm of power in Ethiopia for over...
 
 
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Ethiopia: “What if Mr. Meles Goes for Good?”

by Alemayehu G. Mariam Last week, The Economist Magazine rhetorically inquired, “What if Mr. Meles goes for good?” Shouldn’t the question be, “Is it not good for Ethiopia if Mr. Meles goes for good?” Those who know where Mr. Me...
 

 
 
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PRESS RELEASE: Global Civic Movement for Change in Ethiopia

August 8, 2012 Dear Sir/Madam: As you may be aware, all major Ethiopian democratic political and civic organizations in the Diaspora have been working together to speak in one voice and to make a united call on what needs to be...
 
 
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Mystery of Ethiopia’s missing Meles Zenawi

The Independent Ethiopia’s missing prime minister has been taking part in diplomatic efforts to resolve the Sudan crisis from his sick bed, Meles Zenawi according to African Union officials. Meles Zenawi, Ethiopia’s normally hi...