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Eritrea’s Resilience: A Corollary of Unremitting External Hostility

A perceptive piece that chronicles British entrenched and biased stance against Eritrea for almost seven decades.

“I conclude that Eritreans will meet these challenges with the same determination and resourcefulness that characterized their long struggle for international recognition as a sovereign nation”. (Pateman, 1998)

BY TESFAY ARADOM (Ph. D.)

Having overcome countless obstacles and foiled relentless regional and international conspiracies for the last eight decades, the Eritrean people and government have situated themselves in a favorable diplomatic, political, financial and military position. Continue reading Eritrea’s Resilience: A Corollary of Unremitting External Hostility