Ethiopian American Forum

Interview on Ethiopia's Ogaden Region Print E-mail



OgadenToday.com asked me to respond to a number of questions concerning the situation in Ethiopia's Ogaden Region and especially the conflict between the government of Ethiopia and the Ogaden National Liberation Front. 

IAAF World Championships in Athletics Print E-mail




Mohammed Aman delivers First 800m Gold Medal Print E-mail







 "I'm the first Ethiopian to win a 800m gold medal!" Aman said. "This gold medal is a big thing for me and my country."

For Ethiopian Women, Construction Jobs Offer A Better Life Print E-mail






The fast-growing economy has created a demand for construction workers, and more women are taking those jobs. It's difficult work, but for ...

The Bureaucractic Empire: Serving Emperor Haile Selassie Print E-mail

 Reviewed by Ghelawdewos Araia, PhD 


 This is a well-written and thoughtful book. It is sharp, stimulating and exquisite and I could not stop reading it. The book is full of authentic anecdotes in relation to the author’s private and political life and contains five parts and a total of thirty two chapters. The chapters, incidentally, are not the familiar chapters that one encounters in conventional textbooks in terms of length; some of them are indeed one page or one and half pages, but they are precise, concise, and to the point especially in documenting the overall political scenario in Ethiopia during Emperor Haile Selassie. By contrast, Chapter one runs into 51 pages and chronicles the nature and characteristics of governance and political personalities in detail
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