Governments coming to power riding a wave of youth protests can employ authoritarian tactics to silence dissent from the same movements.
Leaders at the centre of the Ethio-Tigray war don’t believe in equal partnership. In their political cultures, winners take all.
Ethiopia’s largest region is pushing for self-determination - it hasn’t gone down well with Abiy Ahmed’s vision of a centralised state.
The origins of Ethiopia’s food crisis can be traced to a bitter feud between Eritrean and Tigrayan liberation fighters.
Mental health problems are major indirect consequences of armed conflicts and can have short-term and long-term effects on people.
Instead of fanning the flames, the West needs to be even-handed in bringing the warring sides to the table.
There needs to be greater clarity on the nature of the crisis for an informed and meaningful intervention.
Over 60% of girls in Ethiopia are married by the age of 18. Many don’t have support in negotiating with their husbands and families to take control of their own fertility.
Can Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed overcome the country’s contemporary history of tribal politics?
Ethiopia’s new premier has brought hope but he must address the eviction of ethnic Amharas.
Ethiopia has taken time and listened to the new prime minister. Now he needs to convert his vision into concrete policies
Dr Abiy Ahmed has been sworn in as the new prime minister of Ethiopia. The youthful Oromo leader now faces the herculean task of uniting a divided country.
Now that Ethiopia’s prime minister has made public his intention to resign, can the country’s ruling coalition hold?
The current state of emergency in Ethiopia is the last attempt by the Tigrayan-led regime to stop the Oromo and Amhara protests and maintain political power.