A brief expose of the war crimes committed on innocent Eritrean civilians.
Tesfay Aradom, PhD. November, 2018
“Dry up the sea to kill the fish”
The winds of change and hope that have been blowing across the Horn of Africa should inspire the peoples of this long troubled region to fully appreciate the long term socio-political and economic implications to the peoples of the region. The tested wisdom and experience of the Government of the State of Eritrea (GSE) and the resilience of the Eritrean people triumphed over the potential existential threat emanating from a volatile and rapidly deteriorating political and social situation in Ethiopia. The untenable situation in Ethiopia was a product of rampant corruption and inept ethno-political system. Touted as a regional anchor state it was the beneficiary of unfettered military, financial and diplomatic support from successive US administrations and European Nations.