Title of paper

4.1 Rebuilding the Ethiopian Nation State and Economy: The Promise and Challenges of the New Prime Minister Aby Ahmed and his Democratic Reforming Partners and Ethiopian People United

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United States

Start Date

17-8-2018 2:00 PM

End Date

17-8-2018 3:00 PM

Location

Bernhard Center 105-107

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Abstract

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to explore the governance and leadership problem that has trapped Ethiopia and Horn of Africa in poverty, food insecurity, foreign aid and conflict in spite of the potential in natural wealth and hardworking people. Governance is a multi-dimensional concept that involves the traditions and institutions under which political authority in a country is exercised. Governance includes the process by which rulers are selected, monitored and replaced, and the capacity for government to effectively formulate and implement sound and inclusive policies, including the respect of citizens and the institutions that determine economic and social policies.

The paper explores alternative paths toward Reforming Politics, economics rooted in tribal conflict that drive of Dictatorships by promoting Unity in Diversity and the Rule of Law for justice and inclusive sustainable development for 21st Century, free interaction among citizens including free movement of people across traditional provinces that allows for market based development.

The paper is intended to promote further serious dialogue and research by students and scholars on critical issues of governance, leadership, political development, conflict resolution, peace building in Ethiopia and the East Africa and beyond and concludes with rise of Promising elected on April 7, 2018 and making dramatic positive changes against some challenges.

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4.1 Rebuilding the Ethiopian Nation State and Economy: The Promise and Challenges of the New Prime Minister Aby Ahmed and his Democratic Reforming Partners and Ethiopian People United

Bernhard Center 105-107

The purpose of this paper is to explore the governance and leadership problem that has trapped Ethiopia and Horn of Africa in poverty, food insecurity, foreign aid and conflict in spite of the potential in natural wealth and hardworking people. Governance is a multi-dimensional concept that involves the traditions and institutions under which political authority in a country is exercised. Governance includes the process by which rulers are selected, monitored and replaced, and the capacity for government to effectively formulate and implement sound and inclusive policies, including the respect of citizens and the institutions that determine economic and social policies.

The paper explores alternative paths toward Reforming Politics, economics rooted in tribal conflict that drive of Dictatorships by promoting Unity in Diversity and the Rule of Law for justice and inclusive sustainable development for 21st Century, free interaction among citizens including free movement of people across traditional provinces that allows for market based development.

The paper is intended to promote further serious dialogue and research by students and scholars on critical issues of governance, leadership, political development, conflict resolution, peace building in Ethiopia and the East Africa and beyond and concludes with rise of Promising elected on April 7, 2018 and making dramatic positive changes against some challenges.