"I Start where the News Story Stop"

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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A scramble of external powers and local agency in the Horn of Africa

External involvement in the Horn of Africa dates back hundreds of years, as major powers and regionally influential state and non-state actors have found the sub-region strategically important. As a result, they have entered into periodic power rivalries while seeking to influence the political, economic and social development of the local states and societies. However, although external involvement over recent decades has encouraged economic development, the competition between foreign powers for influence and local actors’ exploitation of such rivalries have favoured the persistence of endemic political instability in the Horn of Africa.

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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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