An Eritrean Perspective to Sustainable Peace vis-à-vis the Implementation of the International Boundary Commission Verdict By Kebreab Isaac W/Sellassie, Ph.D (London) 25 June 2018  Introduction: Peace, namely the genuine and just peace, is the highest good of men and nations, the most fundamental value of a society. Human

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By Tewelde Stephanos (Email: testifanos@gmail.com) Reflecting on the systemic exclusion of blacks from the equality America promises its citizens, Langston Hughes, in 1938, wrote:                  America never was America to me….                  There’s never been equality for me,                  Nor freedom in this “homeland of the free” As Eritrea celebrates its 27th year of independence

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The document, which is the first of its kind, pulls together information in the public domain to highlight the extent to which international investors, including UK-based institutions, are involved in the extractive sector in Eritrea. [gview file="https://assenna.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Mining-and-Repression-in-Eritrea-Corporate-Complicity-in-Human-Rights-Abuses-FINAL-PUBLICATION-V1-1.pdf"]  

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Gaim Kibreab, Eritrea’s National Service; past promises and young peoples’ experiences. What next? Gaim Kibreab, Professor of Refugee Studies at South Bank University, London, is the author of numerous publications on migration and refugees as well as Eritrea’s political history. “The Eritrean National Service: Servitude for "the

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