“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.
Where do all the Groundless Charges against Eritrea Emanate from?
Tuesday, 06 December 2011 11:54 |
Flagrant campaigns and tenuous fabrications linking Eritrea with al-Shabaab and other extremist factions have continually been in the spotlight against the people and Government of Eritrea. The justification that these baseless accusations could have stemmed from lack of knowledge of the exalted Eritrean history and the lofty tenets and values of its trailblazer Front is tantamount to simplicity. Needless to say, it is self-evident that anti-Eritrea forces are building up these trumped-up charges in an attempt to preclude the challenges by this sole state in the Horn region against erroneous and adventurous policies, as well as to cover up fiascos.
“Occupy” Movement: The Ever-Flaring Spark
Friday, 25 November 2011 14:07 |
Following the end of the Cold War era, the collapse of the Communist bloc, as well as the demolition of Berlin Wall, Prof.Francis Fukuyama–economist and Historian–spelled out the new world order in the early 1990s as ‘the end of history’.Elucidating the nonviability of Karl Marx’s theory of “dialectical materialism”,which prophesies that Socialist and Communistsystems would hold sway after capitalism, he tried to expoundon the irreplaceability of corporate greed afterwards.
Sports Competition That Made Eritrean Youth’s Bright Future Evident
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 11:38 |
The Seventh African Continental Cycling Championship came to an end with a signal accomplishment of young Eritrean riders. As such, the Eritrean youth are crowned champions twice both at the national and individual levels following the tough Continental Championships hosted in Rwanda and the homeland in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
Potentials that Draw Sports Competitions
Monday, 14 November 2011 02:20 |
The sport-loving Eritrean people is now hosting the seventh African Continental Championship with patriotic enthusiasm. Indeed, the long history of road racing in Eritrea has its roots since 1930s. Eritrea has for well over the past seven decades nurtured cyclists, who have been demonstrating excellence in a number of international sporting competitions, of whom Africa takes due pride. In 2010, Eritrea was crowned champion of continental cycling. And now, it is the right time for the nation to host continental championship.