Can wars end? What are signs that wars will end? What was the result of past “wars to end wars”?
I have been reading some books and trying to see the difference between the traditional Tigray and Amhara perspectives of
Whenever foreign journalists query Eritrea’s strongman, Isaias Afewerki about political opposition to his totalitarian rule, he is known to get
Until the 19th century, the Horn of Africa was one vast region where communities knew their farming, grazing, and dwelling
During the last three-Covid-years, the PFDJ was restlessly awaiting the end of the pandemic to relaunch its propaganda onslaught. Now
In the last episode of Negarit (#181), I asked my audience ‘what do they miss the most in Eritrea?’ I
A newly appointed corporate manager asked his predecessor to give him the best advice he could. The outgoing manager gave
Some people hate others with passion. They don’t like them criticizing or opposing the regime they support, the PFDJ, the
Last month the Ethiopian Federal Forces transported low-bed trucks loaded with tens of tanks heading towards the direction of Djibouti.
I am sure you must remember Mahmmed Sherifo. Certainly, you remember the reformers. Were they reformers… or something else! And
Somalia led the ex-president Formaggio to the Exit door and welcomed President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud who won the election by
[Reading time 9 minutes] Carlo was a driving school owner and trainer who was traveling to Keren in a bus
After three-years of chaos, Sudan is still going through a precarious political situation where the central government has little control
[This Pencil Editorial was first published on March 18, 2019. Today, three years later, we are republishing it hoping it
On Sunday, a two-day long pan-Ethiopian meeting concluded in Addis Ababa. The preparatory meeting elected a committee that will draw
The following was first published in May 26, 2008. It’s the first ever interview with the late PM Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia
In 1986 a border conflict erupted between Qatar and Bahrain over the ownership of the Hawar Islands (Fisht AlDibal). Qatari
Eritrea has been a training ground for Sudanese opposition groups that finally made peace with Khartoum and were absorbed in
A fringe racist, bigoted, and servile group has been trying hard to undo Eritrea and what its people stand for.