Agenagn Kebede

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Agenagn Kebede has worked at Injibara University in Injibara, Ethiopia, as an assistant professor of political science. His areas of interest in research are international relations, security, violence, gender, philosophy, the military, politics, Ethiopian politics, politics of the Horn of Africa, and political issues of marginalized groups. Reach Agenagn Kebede via Agenagn.Kebede[at]inu.edu.et or agenagnkebede[at]gmail.com

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The recycling of violence and war for state making in Ethiopia: Still, the TPLF is the major cause

Since 1970, there has been an increase in intra- and inter-war conflicts in Ethiopia. Due to unionists' continued involvement in state-making against secessionists and...

Fano in the Political Turbulence of Ethiopia: The Revival of Fano and Pathways to Security

The term “Fano” is well known in the military struggle in Ethiopia. Around the middle of 1930, when Italy invaded Ethiopia, the term obtained...

The Port as an Ongoing Agenda and Political Tensions between Ethiopia and Somalia

After the 2018 internal political reform, Ethiopia has been facing political disorder. From 2020 to 2022, the federal government of Ethiopia was at war...

What does Ethiopia learn from China?

China and Ethiopia have been establishing diplomatic relations since December 1, 1970, when China agreed to recognize Eritrea as Ethiopian, in exchange for Haile...

Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis

This essay intends to analyze how Ethiopianism (Synthesis) is impossible without the ideological, philosophical, and practical struggle between Amhara (thesis) and anti-Amhara (anti-thesis).  Concerning this,...

Ethiopia under Mengistu: The Lesson from Military Rule and Dictatorship

The 1970s Ethiopian popular revolution instigated the end of the longest monarchy in the world and heralded in the dictatorship. While the revolution was...

Ethnic Politics and Fabrications of History in Ethiopia: A Critical Analysis

Ethiopia has been promoting ethnic politics for more than thirty years. As part of this schooling, the youth of Oromo and Amhara have been...

Military Interventions and Insecurity in Amhara: Insights from Game Theory, Frustration-Aggression, and Custodian Theory

The purpose of this piece of writing is to analyze military involvement, the escalating level of unrest, and the military's failure to stabilize the...

Ethiopia’s diplomatic retreat: The case of portal deal politics with Somaliland

Following Ethiopia's 2018 internal political reform, the country has seen a backsliding in diplomatic relations. This retreat into diplomacy occurs as a result of...

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