Recent violence across the Eritrean diaspora is being instrumentalized by populists. But the violence is a desperate cry for attention and requires the Eritrean opposition to seize the moment for regime change.
Will Ethiopia’s civil war blow up its dream of a single state, and in the process, blow up Western notions of statebuilding?
In the shadow of the US election, this Tuesday on AIAC Talk, we talk African immigration to the United States with Abraham Zere and Aya Saed.
The Eritrean government continues to force students into military service in the middle of a pandemic. Things are about to get even worse.
Does the peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea—now rewarded with a Nobel Prize—bring the kind of cooperation between the two countries that it aspired to do a year ago?
An US congressional delegation to Eritrea—the first in 14 years—which included Ilhan Omar, got little attention in mainstream media. Why?
What economic gains are in the peace deal between longstanding foes?
So far, the only real beneficiaries of the rapprochement between Ethiopia and Eritrea are Ethiopia and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki.
The pace of rapprochement between Eritrea and Ethiopia, longtime foes who have been in deadlock for the last 20 years, changes quickly. It is hard to keep up.
The ruling regime in Eritrea manipulates news and information to gain total control over its citizens.
Eritrean-American rapper Nipsey Hussle mix of immigrant and street hustle.
The comedian Tiffany Haddish has been hailed by Vanity Fair as “the funniest person alive right now”…
In today’s Eritrea, there is no difference between the jailer and the jailed. The political culture is so violent and desperate that the
The stories of the Afro-Italian, African-American, and Afro-Caribbean actors and crews who helped shape Italy's film industry.
The author, in exile from Eritrea, attempts construct a profile of the country's longtime leader.
Eritrean refugees — one of the largest groups seeking safety in Europe — have been a primary target of those wanting to close Europe’s borders.
Borderlines (2015) is Michela Wrong’s debut novel. Taking the perspective of a British narrator named Paula, it
The only safe thing to talk about in Eritrea, is football. Even the President watches football and is a public Arsenal fan.
In sharp contrast to the coverage of Syrian refugees, Western media barely register the escalating Eritrean refugee crisis.
Meron Estefanos Meron speaks to us about her ongoing work with Eritrean refugees and migrants, many who live in Israel.