Does the peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea—now rewarded with a Nobel Prize—bring the kind of cooperation between the two countries that it aspired to do a year ago?
The writer critiques the legacy of Christian missionaries in Africa and making sure her own engagement with Ethiopia doesn't morph into white saviorism.
A reflection by Kenyan writer, Norbert Odero, on a short visa-free visit to Ethiopia.
Is Africa following China into a techno-dystopian future?
What a documentary film on running can tell us about Ethiopia's development trajectory.
Labour challenges in Ethiopia's industrialization.
The international body governing track and field announced that the longest distance race to be held will be the 3000 meters. We know who will benefit least from this change.
In a break with previous administrations, Ethiopia's new Prime Minister has declared that he favors free market capitalism as his preferred economic model.
An US congressional delegation to Eritrea—the first in 14 years—which included Ilhan Omar, got little attention in mainstream media. Why?
In recent years, Rwanda and Ethiopia have been some of the largest recipients of aid money from the UK and US governments, as well as some of the West's leading philanthropies, including the Gates Foundation.
What economic gains are in the peace deal between longstanding foes?
2018 witnessed a fundamental shift in how Ethiopia's ruling party governs. How did it come about, what is incomplete about this transition, and what happens next.
So far, the only real beneficiaries of the rapprochement between Ethiopia and Eritrea are Ethiopia and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki.
Photography has a long history in Ethiopia. Today a team of archivers is using it to collect the memories of Ethiopians between the 1940s and 1980s.
The pace of rapprochement between Eritrea and Ethiopia, longtime foes who have been in deadlock for the last 20 years, changes quickly. It is hard to keep up.
The story of the Rastafari community who moved to their promised land of Ethiopia on land granted by Haile Selassie in the late 1950s as thanks for diaspora's support during the Italian occupation.
Peter Abrahams lived pan-Africanism (in South Africa, Britain and Jamaica) and remained brave enough to challenge those within it.
Whatever we make of the Ethiopian government’s prevarication, the Irreechaa Massacre was a point of no return for the people.
The 21 April 1966 visit by Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie to Jamaica casts a big spell over the appeal of Ethiopia to Rasta and how Ethiopians perceive Rasta in turn.
At least 75 people have been killed in weeks of student-led protests across Ethiopia’s Oromia region and federal authorities have imposed curfews in several towns and deployed troops