Michael AbrahaA report out of Russia claims Eritrea is in violation of UN arms embargo on war-torn Sudan where over 200-thousand innocent Darfurians have lost their lives. In the meantime, last minute fundraising projects are underway in the West as such activities may soon be banned under new UN sanctions … more
Michael Abraha The international community is on the verge of meting out a collective punishment on the Eritrean political and military leadership. The proposed UN sanctions will be the harshest ever imposed on an African nation in recent memory. The Eritrean government says it is not concerned.
Omar Jabir is one of the most forthright Eritrean critics of the unelected rulers in Asmara. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Omar Jabir has very harsh words against the regime’s refusal to call for emergency food aid although the UN says close to 70 percent of the population is malnourished.
Q & A: Eritrea’s food shortage amid calls for UN sanctions Eritrea is in the spotlight again following the killing on September 17 of 17 African Union peacekeepers in Mogadishu by Al-Shabab militants who the African Union and the UN allege are supported by Eritrea. AU member states are … more
Issa Shivji, Mwalimu Nyerere professor of Pan-African Studies at the University of Dar es Salaam, interviews Bereket Habte Selassie, an observer and participant in African politics for almost five decades. From the first All Africa People’s Conference in 1958, to the ‘doubt’ and ‘desperation’ of the current African reality, Selassie … more
Interview with Opposition Leader, Mesfin Hagos