The Problem of Biased History

History is the cornerstone through which we build our identity. It shapes how we view the world and how we decide...

The driving Factors Behind violent extremist Acts

By Mohamed Muse In many of the world’s poorest countries like that of Somalia, armed conflicts have destroyed not only infrastructures, but...

I AM THE PRODUCT OF MY TEACHERS

By Abdiaziz Ali October 5th was “World Teachers Day”, as assigned by UNESCO to celebrate the vital role teachers play in providing...

Semantics and Social Media

Semantics in all its forms is a very powerful weapon. Especially in an age where everything seems to be connected. As...

Why do some politicians incite fear?

To put it simply, it is profitable. The politicians, activists, or self-proclaimed revolutionaries usually gain something by the end of their...

Changing Climate: an Inevitable Threat to the Pastoral and Agro-pastoral Livelihoods of the Horn...

By : Hussien Mohamed Yusuf The IGAD region is one of the most food-insecure regions in the world. Prolonged and widespread drought...

“Made in Ethiopia”: Asset or Liability?

By Becky Tsadik My eyes widened. During sales call training at work, I had just witnessed a potential customer’s dismissal of our...

In Conversation with Felix Horne: Human Rights & Somali Region Crowd

May, 15, 2019 By: Abdiaziz Ali Felix Horne is the Senior Ethiopia and Eritrea researcher for Human Rights Watch. In July 2018,...

‘In Abiy they Trust’: Free Riders and Partisans in the ‘contemporary’ political move of...

Dejen Yemane Messele Free Riding and Partisanship: Recklessness at its best    Free riding and partisanship adversely affect countries in many forms.  Their impact doubles...

Language and Being Global Citizens

  By Meki Shewangizaw   I was eating with a friend at a restaurant by my job one day when one of the men...