If the U.S. decides on a military strike against Syria, it should be limited in scale to avoid triggering a broader regional conflict. It is also necessary to include any military operation into a broader strategy that would lead to a political solution to the conflict.
Eyob Balcha, Special to Addis Standard (@eyobbalcha )
The Ethiopian developmental state is getting a comfortable ground in the political economy of the country. It is preached almost every day that it is with a strong and committed political leadership of the ruling party that the current factual success is achieved. But this is happening at the expenses of a compromise particularly in citizens’ democratic and political rights. This article intends to continue the conversation and debate on the Ethiopian developmental state model reflected in the last two editions of this magazine.
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