Ethiopia and Eritrea have been maintaining uneasy relations for decades. The border dispute between the countries has not been solved yet, despite the attempts on border demarcation. The Politicon interviews Prof. Dr. Ghelawdewos Araia, an Ethiopia-based scholar affiliated with several universities.    Interviewer: Rusif Huseynov     Huseynov: Eritrea achieved independence...

This article intends to address the current complex and complicated Ethiopian politics in Ethiopia and the Diaspora by way of infusing theoretical explanations and furnishing some ideological tenets for the sake of clarity and for overcoming the dearth of political culture amongst the Ethiopian political groupings at home and the Diaspora. Furthermore, this article will attempt to diagnose the prosaic and...

  Dear students and graduates!   We, the Politicon team, have finding new talent and getting it known among the top priorities of our platform. So we would like to announce a call for the relevant university theses and course papers written in English in the fields of International Relations and Global Affairs, Political Science, Global and Political Economy, International Law. If you have done...

The role of oil in the economic development of a country is very disputed as the “black gold” has caused dozens of conflicts, recessions, inequality, and other problems together with its opportunities. In some countries it can be compared to a curse and, indeed, the colour of oil can also lead to the dissemination of such an image in people’s minds. To speak metaphorically, oil resembles...

Videos

Facebook page