Why Ethiopia’s ruling party needs to redefine its leading ideology if it wants its dream of building a developmental state to succeed
Nolawi Melakedingel, Special to Addis Standard
Some of the most pressing challenges the continent Africa is facing today can’t be addressed separately
If there is anything left in the open following the 2007 – 2008 global financial crises, it is the glaring reality of just how vulnerably dependent most countries in Africa are on too few export commodities of too few sectors. It is a grim picture of the continent worsened by African countries’ own inability to make the best of nature endowed continent, fluctuations in global commodity prices, and lack of demand depressed by the global financial crisis.