Monday, October 03, 2022
Wardheer News

The Ethiopia Problem

By Mohamed Garad About one hundred and sixteen years after the Tripartite Treaty of 1906 in which the imperialists of Great Britain and France formally recognized “the independent African empire of Ethiopia,” Ethiopia proves to be an unresolved colonial empire that is … Continued

The Death of Arta Political Deal

Dr. Abdurahman Abdullahi Baadiyow Somali people gathered in the town of Arta in Djibouti in 2000 to reconstitute the collapsed Somali state in 1991. This Peace and Reconciliation Conference (PRC) was sponsored by the President of Djibouti, Ismael Omar Guelleh, after … Continued

Leadership, Economics and Usury

By Adan Makina , WardheerNews Going by the expanding nature of global economics and varying national economies, today’s leaders should be compelled to understand that the best, much-applauded, and unanimously accepted form of fundamental economics is the capitalist market economy … Continued

The Despotism of Isaias Afewerki

By Alex de Waal, The baffler NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD has a purer autocracy than Eritrea. The state of Eritrea is one man, Isaias Afewerki, who for twenty years was the leader a formidable insurgent army that won a war … Continued

Safirka: An American Envoy: A book Review

Reviewed by : Abdirahman A. Issa Book: SafiirkaAuthor: Peter BridgesPublisher:  Kent State University PressPages: 266 Language: EnglishPublication date‏: ‎2000 Peter Bridges is an American career diplomat who has served in American foreign service for three decades. He was posted in … Continued

Hadrawi: A Nation Loses A Giant

By Faisal A. Roble On August 18, 2022, death finally came to the man Somalis have known by his seven-letter nickname, Hadrawi. Death comes for some early; for others it arrives late in life. Nonetheless, there is no perfect time. … Continued

A Genocide in Plain Sight: Sitti Zone

By Mohammed Sheikomer  The heavily armed security forces of Afar region of Ethiopia and associated other armed groups allegedly executed an estimated 319 civilian men, women and children in the village of Garboise of the western Siti zone of the … Continued