As the United Nations is major global institution that is presumably neutral, it cannot depend on unreliable, unattributable information. It has the obligation to get information from all parties and analyse them adequately before taking sides. Biased information erodes its credibility and hurts the people it alludes to help. The UN must be impartial.
By: Dejen Yemane Messele. (Lecturer of Law, Wollo University & PhD Student, Addis Ababa University, College of Law and Governance
By: Berhanu F Alemaw, Ph.D., Professor and P.E. Water Resources Engineer. Semu Moges, Ph.D., P.E, Water Resource Consultant and Scientist,
“The fact that Ethiopia is a victim of this malicious doctrine, being a landlocked sub-Saharan African country, with multi-faceted socio-economic problems, makes it an exhibition of an appalling cruelty that must stop.”
By: Aderru Janni (Independent Scholar and Researcher on water and environment) Thousands of years of culture, history, religion and most
By: Essayas Kaba, Ph.D., Geospatial Scientist; Feyera Aga Hirpa, Ph.D., Flood Data Scientist; Semu Moges, Ph.D., P.E, Water Resource Scientist,
The agreement to resume talks was achieved after a video conference meeting between Sudan and Ethiopia’s leaders.
By: Mekdelawit Messay Deribe (Independent scholar and researcher on Nile). “….we often hear how the Nile is synonymous with Egypt,
Semu Moges (Ph.D., P.E.) argues Ethiopia, The Sudan and Egypt should immediately resuscitate the stalled tripartite diplomatic discussions on matters
Semu Moges (Ph.D., P.E.) Please look at the following hydrological facts and answer the question on on your own: 1.
The Renaissance Dam is more than seventy percent complete and set to begin minimal hydro-electric power production within almost a