Published in: HomeIdentity politics on the scales of democracy and justice
Ethiopian politics is divided along ethnic lines. This puts the concept of majority rule under pressure and creates a situation that is neither democratic nor just. Ethiopian politicians should strive to cement Ethiopian unity through democracy and justice, not bloodlines
Published in: HomeA theory of conventional cultural unity
Development and peace in Ethiopia are hampered by a poor social network infrastructure, low trust between the people and the government and low trust between ethnic groups. Conventional cultural unity would harmonise a peace by strengthening the psychological attachments between Ethiopians.