Category: ojes

Extending the Conversation about Migration

by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion In the article, “When Worn Out (African) Arguments are Repackaged for Mainstream Consumption”, featured in this edition of Eritrea Profile, the author exposes several of the key shortcomings and weaknesses...

Al-Jazeera’s wayward demeanor

by shabait Qatari-Government funded TV Channel, Al Jazeera, published last week a defamatory article on Eritrea under the baffling title: “From Abu Dhabi to Washington, how Eritrea turned into a new African weapon”. The...

Eritrea- Tail Wagging at the UN

by Sophia Tesfamariam When President Isaias Afwerki said it was GameOver for the TPLF regime last year, his prescient analysis had both literal and figurative dimensions. Indeed, the “Black Swan” event in the Horn...

Epiphany Celebrated Nationwide

Epiphany (Timket) was colorfully celebrated nationwide Today 19 January. The religious observance here in the capital in which thousands of the faithful took part also witnessed a night long prayer. The observance conducted in...

Classical Sources and Archaeological Research

by Abraham Zerai The use of written or pictorial descriptions of life in the past should be a key source of evidence for any archaeological study of populations or societies from historic time periods....

Views and Musings about the BBC

by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion Last week, it was revealed that Eritrea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, located in Asmara, the country’s capital, would be summoning the British Ambassador. Although this development was precipitated by the...