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Posted by Ethio Tribune on December 11, 2012

Stronger America Needs Stronger Ethiopia

Surely,Ethiopia still has some length to go before becoming a functioning democracy. But the country is moving forward. It has finally finished defining itself. And its state formation process, a concept that is still illusive for most African nations, seems coming to a close.

Ethiopia has one of the most democratic and secular constitutions in the world. And the country has established a strong and efficient government, at least by African standards, and enjoys policy freedom that is unthinkable in most developing nations. And it has a clear vision of where it wants to go.

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  1. Tes said

    You are correct. Ethiopia has made a lot of progress in its economy as well as its governmental and democratic institutions. I travel on business to many African countries and I feel a lot safer in Ethiopia than almost any country in Africa. I feel the same vibration i felt when I travelled to Asia (Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, China, Japan, Vietnam and Philippines) and Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Brazil) in the 1990’s when most of these countries embarked on economic liberalization that created their modern economies.

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