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150+ INSPIRING LEADERSHIP QUOTES BY SOME OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST LEADERS

150+ INSPIRING LEADERSHIP QUOTES BY SOME OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST LEADERS

by Sherrie Gossett Words are powerful. They inspire us, launch us into action, and they drive us to create the changes we want to see in the world. The power words carry are one of the reasons we love quotes so much. When worded just right, a sentence can become a mantra, an ethos, an endless source […]

Why Good Leaders Have Followers And Great Leaders Make More Leaders

By Jeff Mask, Contributor VP, Business Development, Infusionsoft Leadership is more than being in charge and managing people. Leadership that separates good leaders from great leaders, is leadership that builds other leaders. Good leaders, excel at motivating other people to do what they are asked. Good leaders, lead followers. If you want to build a […]

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Liberal democracy is no liberator

November 3, 2019 by Emmanuel Yirdaw Under the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, the EPRDF ruling coalition diagnosed two existential threats: a perpetuation of poverty and a lack of accommodation of ethnic diversity. To survive state collapse and prosper, EPRDF ideologues argued, Ethiopia needed a system that respected ethnic diversity and delivered rapid economic growth. […]

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Inadvertently, the Intellectual Prostitutes Are Promoting Amara Genocides!

By Belayneh Abate Like many other countries, Ethiopia has been inundated with intellectual prostitutes for the last half a century. These intellectual prostitutes are promoting the leaders of the Ethiopian Peoples Democratic Front (EPRDF) even at this juncture, when the ongoing ethnic cleansing of Amara is escalated to genocide throughout the country. As we know, […]

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Focus on Ethiopia – World Grain

By Chris Lyddon World Grain Ethiopia is dominated by the agriculture sector, which is responsible for more than 70% of the country’s employment. Grain production is focused on supplying domestic needs, but the country’s growing oilseeds sector is an important export earner. The International Grains Council (IGC) puts Ethiopia’s total grains production at 21.1 million tonnes […]

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“Scheming African minds”: Neocolonialism and Africa’s uncertain future

By Temesgen Aschenek Zeleke Introduction Africa was divided among colonial powers since the late 1800’s where the whole of the continent was partitioned like a homemade peach pie.  However, due to the major international developments, the impact of World War II (the defeat of the axis powers) and the emergence of new sense of African […]

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The Devastating tragedy of the conflict displaced Gedeo communities (IDPs). Part Two

By Ataklti Tsegay Tesfay,MD On part one of my article, I tried to write about the depth and magnitude of the ethnic conflict induced crisis of the internally displaced peoples (IDPs) in Ethiopia which has been neglected or not paid attention, for almost a year.  Such displacement has a significant negative effect on people’s lives […]

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Forced Eviction and Resettlement, the Jawar Factor and the Absence of International Scrutiny

By Dawit W Giorgis   I was able to go back to my country after 33 years in exile in Dec of last year.  I have thanked the government and the people of Ethiopia for creating the condition that enabled me to go back home. I am an old man by any standard. My purpose […]

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Happy 123 Adwa Great African Victory Day: Time to Erect the Aste Menelik Statue in Africa Now!

NES Commentary 45 Inspiration “In The History of Mankind, there has never been any other black man like Menelik, who had triggered a lasting fear and doubt in the mind of Europeans” Augustus Wylde “Menelik, the Great, inspired generations yet unborn with his daring defeat of the Italian Army at the battle of Adwa. He tried […]

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