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Esleman Abay

Interested in deepening the discussion about new Nile projects, the website as a platform explores the engagements of water users, planners and researchers in multiple projects of river basin development. By experimenting with different theories and methodologies of representing river basin development experiences, we aim to open up new perspectives on the simultaneous transformation of the Nile water distribution, differences between its users and categories through which these are known.

የናይል ተፋሰስ ሀገራት ከግብፅ ጎን እንዲሆኑ ዓለም አቀፍ ጫና ይደረግልን: ካይሮ

የናይል ተፋሰስ ሀገራት ከግብፅ ጎን እንዲሆኑ ዓለም አቀፍ ጫና ይደረግልን
በ #UNWaterConference2023 ላይ የግብፅ መስኖ ሚኒስትር ኢትዮጵያ አለም አቀፍ ህጎችን ጥሳለች በማለት ካይሮ የአረብ ሀገራትን የውሃ ችግር ለመቅረፍ ትሰራለች ብለዋል..

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The Quest for Somali Self-Governance

The players in the current battle over SSC are: Somaliland, who claim that the 1884 colonial defined borders define their sharp north south border with Puntland; Puntland, who sees the region as part of it’s historic ethnic mix; and finally the SSC movement, which sees good historical reason for a separate political entity. To add more confusion, there is the former Makhir movement based on the former Warsengeli sultanate that laid claim to yet again different invisible borders. Add to that the non-colonial ethnic borders created by clan and subclan and you have a Gordian Knot of competing claims.

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Parsing the Red Sea

The Red Sea’s strategic significance is not new. The 1956 Suez crisis demonstrated how desperately Europeans sought to remain proprietors of the Suez Canal while the 1967 Six-Day War began with Nasser’s blockade of Israel’s only access to the Red Sea (interestingly enough, through the islands of Tiran and Sanafir).

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سد النهضة لأفريقيا

– لورانس فريمان ، محلل سياسي-اقتصادي أمريكي لأفريقيا سيدخل سد النهضة أكثر من 5000 ميغاواط من الكهرباء المتجددة في شبه القارة الأفريقية المتعطشة للطاقة.  مع

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