Author: Milkee Bekele

Sudan: Negotiations And Peace At The Heart Of A Power Struggle

Sudan’s ongoing fight for democracy, civil rights and peace has been at the beating heart of a 30-year-long dictatorship, a successful civilian-led revolution (2019), and a military takeover (2021). This unbridled fight, however, is now stuck in the crosshairs of a war between two generals. As the amount of people

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A New Nigeria Or Tinubu’s Nigeria?

The 2023 Nigerian elections were tumultuous and highly contested, however, Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party came out victorious as Nigeria’s next elected President. As former President Muhammadu Buhari steps down after nearly a decade in power, President Tinubu must be prepared to serve a nation

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The effects of the current Ethiopian war on indigenous groups

As of November 2020, Ethiopia has undergone a grueling civil war between the Ethiopian government, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), and a string of different militias concentrated at the northern region of Tigray. The current war has unveiled Ethiopia’s turbulent history with tribalism, democracy, and human rights. The conflict

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