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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.

Why Russia’s Wagner in Africa Become a Growing concerns of the West?

The West is in denial,the fact that it’s unwilling to acknowledge its institutions destabilise Africa, the continent will continue pushing the West out of Africa.

To survive foreign malign nactivities, governments bring in Russia’s Wagner Group provide African countries with assurance of military support and protection from bullying.

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The End of Dollar Hegemony

All the commodities in the world are priced – and mostly sold – in US dollar. This means that countries need to get hold of and accumulate US dollars (which will be held in US banks). For example, India needs US dollars if it wants to buy oil from Saudi Arabia or electronics from China. This is the so-called Petrodollar regime.

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የዓለም አቀፍ ርዳታ ጥቋቁር ምዕራፎች

በካሪቢያን ኃይቅ የምትገኘው ደሴታዊት ሀገር ሐይቲ ከአስር አመት በፊት የደረሰባት ሱናሚ 200,000 ዜጎቿን ህይወት ተቀጠፈ። የአደጋው አሳዛኝ ፎቶዎች በመላው ዓለም ሲሰራጩ ለርዳታና ለመልሶ ግንባታ ተከታታይ

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Don’t lose Africa

BY PRINCE MICHAEL OCOMMENT BY PRINCE MICHAEL OF LIECHTENSTEINBY PRINCE MICHAEL Africa is the continent of the future. Yet Europe and the United States are not paying enough

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Western Scenario Speculations on 2020 to Ethiopia

The best-case scenario is that some combination of a military stalemate (or fear thereof), international pressure, or the exigencies of domestic politics force Abiy’s government and the TPLF to begrudgingly accept a ceasefire that could serve as the basis for a mediation effort. Unfortunately, the escalation in fighting that has occurred over the past several days makes a cessation of hostilities unlikely in the near-term. It is not out of the question, however, particularly if Abiy’s “limited and achievable” operation is stymied in the coming weeks, as seems likely. Each side, but particularly Abiy’s government, would have reason to seek de-escalation rather than a protracted conflict given that each faces immense challenges that such a conflict is likely to distract from, if not exacerbate

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