Quantum Leap: The Fruit Of Redoubled Rebuff
Friday, 08 June 2012 10:15 |
With the dawn of the independence of Eritrea in 1991, an optimal opportunity for development and cooperation partnership was on the horizon not only for the peoples of Eritrea and Ethiopia, but also for the entire peoples of the Horn of Africa. Due to a strange quirk of history, however, Policies of the new world order that emerged following the end of the Cold War era have, in an attempt to ensure monopoly and hegemony, held back the prospects of the Horn region, thereby fomenting incessant crises.
Just and Constructive Engagement: the Ultimate Solution for the Sudans
Friday, 01 June 2012 11:43 |
A number of events, whose inference is to remain a matter of historical record, have persistently been unfolding throughout the world, especially in the Horn of Africa. It is an everyday occurrence to witness conflicts—which were not supposed to occur in the first instance, and if so, that could have simply been averted through pacific solution—being fueled into perpetual chaos. Such phenomenon has thus proven justified for the so-called peacekeeping, but in reality, warmonger force, to live off this blessing in disguise.
Invasion Over And Occupation Of The Sovereign Territory Of Eritrea Must Terminate
Sunday, 25 March 2012 12:51 |
In an apparently flamboyant mass media story, the TPLF regime last week announced to have carried out raids over certain targets within the sovereign Eritrean territory. Irrespective of the consequences that only the Government of Eritrea is well aware of, the last of US-TPLF flagrant incursions—which this same clique admitted in its immodest testimoni¬als—are not only brazen infringements on international conventions, but also have contravened the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of the State of Eritrea. Such a provocative adventurism and unwarranted acts of hostilities are merely engineered and orches¬trated by the US Administration, carried out by its subservient minority in Ethiopia, while at the same time endorsed by the so-called Monitoring Group, which is playing an illicit role of a plaintiff.
Women’s Emancipation: An Ever-Refining Goal
Saturday, 03 March 2012 10:13 |
While the disparagement to the rights of half section of the society by no means amounts to emancipation, the Eritrean people, who paid huge sacrifice for human dignity and emancipation, has registered alongside its just cause for national independence a quantum leap towards ensuring the rights and equality of women. Women’s rights in Eritrea is not a theo¬retical move in which human rights is referred in the country’s political program to its aesthetic values, but rather, it is a constituent of national security that has unequivocally been in effect. Gender equality—cultural legacy that has been handed down since the days of liberation struggle— is a characteristic political treasure of which the Eritrean people takes due pride.
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.