Category Archives: Ethiopia

Alexander Hamilton’s Credit System Is Necessary for Africa’s Development

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Alexander Hamilton’s Credit System Is Necessary for Africa’s Development

October 4, 2019

Below is a half hour video presentation on the importance of Alexander Hamilton’s credit policy for the development of Africa. The forum was organized by Watch Democracy Grow, an organization … Read the rest

No More Lies, No More Anti-China Propaganda: There is No China-Africa ‘Debt-trap’

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No More Lies, No More Anti-China Propaganda: There is No China-Africa ‘Debt-trap’

June 20, 2020

China-Africa Research Initiative-(CARI) presented an interesting and useful webinar entitled : Debt Relief with Chinese Characteristics, using research presented from a Working Paper #39 and Policy Brief #46. … Read the rest

Ethiopian & Nigerian Leaders Want Debt Cancellation; UNGA President: Infrastructure for Food and Health

Life is More Precious Than Debt

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Ethiopian & Nigerian Leaders Want Debt Cancellation; UNGA President: Infrastructure for Food and Health

May 7 , 2020

Human life in Africa is threatened more by the COVID-19 pandemic than any other continent due to the appalling … Read the rest

Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed: Debt Cancellation for the World to Survive

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Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed: Debt Cancellation for the World to Survive

by Lawrence Freeman

May 1, 2020

Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, has made an audacious salient call for debt cancellation for low income countries. It was published in the Opinion section of

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Ethiopian Airlines has adapted, while SAA may die

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Ethiopian Airlines has adapted, while SAA may die

By Victor Kgomoeswana    26 April 2020

Aviation is among the biggest losers during the global lockdown imposed by the outbreak of Covid-19. Since the World Health Organization (WHO) advised against travel, countries shut their borders, airlines are forced … Read the rest

The Urgent Need to Replace Geopolitics with a New Paradigm in International Relations

Africa can bring a sense of its own interests in its scientific development and a sense also of social harmony and this sense of social harmony in Africa combined with a sense of social harmony of China and what we can bring from the Western countries, including of course Read the rest

British Empire System Offers Africans a Choice—Either Starve or Get Coronavirus

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British Empire System Offers Africans a Choice—Either Starve or Get Coronavirus

April 15 (EIRNS)—Under British imperial conditions, at this moment, citizens of Africa’s 54 nations are being confronted with the horrendous choice of either starving or being infected with the coronavirus.

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Calls for African Debt Relief Facing Strong Headwinds

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Debt Relief Facing Strong Headwinds Calls for African

April 13 (EIRNS)—Efforts for a write-off of Africa’s continental debt began in mid-March, when Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed asked lenders to write off all interest payments for government loans.

“Ethiopia proposes part of … Read the rest

World Needs New Economic Platform to Fight COVID-19

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The World Needs A New Economic Platform to Fight COVID-19

Lawrence Freeman

April 5, 2020

Today April 5, the total cases of COVID-19-(coronavirus) in Africa are 8,536, deaths 360, and recoveries 710. On March 30, one week ago, the total cases were 4760, … Read the rest