Equity: The Basis for Justice and Lasting Development
Thursday, 01 March 2012 01:06 |
We are now witnessing an outburst of a long-drawn-out cumulative suppression in different parts of the world in which the continuously flaring popular springs are voicing demands for a meaningful political participation and dignified living standards. The primary culprit for the uprisings in the developed and developing regions of the world has continued to be the unjust and vicious acts of monopoly by a handful minority. The key solution for the aforementioned factor is but ridding of such state of affairs and establishing a civilized and yet harmonious coexistence that guarantees equity and social justice. It is only when justice reigns that the world can ensure a lasting concord, and thus, creates a civilized grand social life.
Truth: The Untiring Perseverance
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 12:06 |
30 years ago in the same month, a scheme was laid out to annihilate the Eritrean people once and for all. The Eritrean people, however, managed to independently prevail over the then superpowers; and those doomsayers themselves died a death. The Eritrean people not only took due pride of its gallant combatants—who rose above the superpowers single-handed—but also emerged victorious in a glorious history.
Reinforcing our Internal Strength is our Secrete
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 13:56 |
In the month of December 2009 and the same month in the year 2011, two resolutions 1907 and 2023 were consecutively adopted to sanction Eritrea. But the architects behind as well as the goals they intend to reach are fashionably outdated.
Where do all the Groundless Accusations against Eritrea Emanate From?
Friday, 16 December 2011 08:37 |
In the last edition, examples were cited of how the baseless and false accusations, which are only intended to tarnish the image of Eritrea, were fabricated and disseminated. Another tangible example follows.
“Resolution 2023”: A decision that underscored the need for radical UN reform
Friday, 09 December 2011 12:23 |
In continuation to the sanctions resolution imposed upon Eritrea in 2009, another resolution 2023 has yet again been adopted to sanction Eritrea. Needless to say, the resolution is indeed the Washington administration’s decision in a United Nations Security Council disguise.