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Ethiopia must heed Egypt’s red line on its share of Nile water in the negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Protesters have been taking to the streets in France against attempts to curtail the French people’s freedom of expression, casting an ironical light on the country’s much-trumpeted defence of human rights

The aggressive tone of Ethiopian diplomacy with regard to Sudan or the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in no way serves the best interests of the Ethiopian people

Insights in Barack Obama’s A Promised Land

This article is a counter-argument to the narrative of successive Ethiopian governments that Egypt has been opposed to Ethiopia’s development

The time is ripe to bring about a stronger alliance between Egypt and Sudan

The failure of Kenya and Somalia to find a solution to the crisis in relations between the two countries risks further foreign intervention and possible military escalation, writes Mostafa Ahmady

In the wake of this week’s storming of the US Capitol in Washington, it is high time the US and Western media revisited their stereotyped coverage of affairs in the Middle East

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s policies are leading his country into further chaos

The further promotion of personal liberties and the rule of law is essential if Egypt is to find a lasting solution to atrocities committed in the name of religion, writes Mostafa Ahmady

In building the Julius Nyerere Hydropower Plant in Tanzania, Egypt’s companies are exemplifying the country’s role in Africa and how cooperation can best make use of the continent’s resources

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has revealed himself to be a warmonger in ordering the recent military offensive against the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray

The recent deal between Russia and Sudan to establish a warship logistics hub for Russian forces on the Red Sea may provoke the ire of Washington

While the world’s eyes were fixed on the US presidential elections, a war was starting in Ethiopia

A war of words has escalated between the state of Tigray and the federal government of Ethiopia, with a possible divorce looming between Tigray and the rest of the country

Ethiopia’s hardline positions and refusal to strike a deal on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam that favours all the parties threaten the very basis of peace, stability, and security in the region

With some irony, the spread of fake information amid the coronavirus pandemic has occurred much like the virus itself spreads,writes Mostafa Ahmady

Under the Al-Bashir regime, Khartoum toed an Ethiopian line on the controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. But now, slowly, the tide appears to be turning, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed was facing a tough year before the Covid-19 pandemic. But now, with elections postponed indefinitely, it may be inevitable that he emerges the winner, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Even if contagion is stemmed on the African continent, its states and economies will struggle to endure the global lockdown for long

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