Guest Post by Dr. Samuel Mahaffy. On May 24, 2015, Eritreans around the world will celebrate the 24th Anniversary of Independence Day. Eritrea deserves to celebrate. The struggle for Independence came at great cost and sacrifice. There is… Read More
Eritrea is invisiblized by its detractors. U.S. foreign policy, Western strategic alliances and media propensity to cover Africa only when and where there is a dramatic crisis, conspire to invisiblize countries like Eritrea. The scholar and linguist Noam… Read More
On rare occasions, a new work will both redefine a discipline and contribute to the birth of a new paradigm. Integrated Peacebuilding: Innovative Approaches to Transforming Conflict (Craig Zelizer, Ed.) is such a work. In the array of… Read More
Eritrean Cooking weaves rich relationships and recipes together to frame a dream that the world can find a more peaceful path.
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Posted: May 1, 2016 by Amanuel
Eritrea: Returning ‘The Gaze’
The world that long turned a blind eye to the ruthless and illegitimate violation of Eritrean sovereignty now focuses its gaze on this country. The gaze is perhaps worse than the blind eye. The blind eye to the… Read More