U.S. INTERESTS ILL-SERVED BY ITS AFRICA DIPLOMATS

U.S. INTERESTS ILL-SERVED BY ITS AFRICA DIPLOMATS

A Policy Blunder in the Horn of Africa

NO ROAD IS TOO LOW FOR THE TPLF

NO ROAD IS TOO LOW FOR THE TPLF It has stepped up its sinister smear campaign against Eritrea

The Decline of the Truth at the UN

The Decline of the Truth at the UN
The Report of the Somalia Monitoring Group shows how much

Our Wishes for Eritrea and the Region for 2007

“Right now, U.S. policy for the region is based on a blind support of a minority regime that is willing to do anything to ensure external aid, but has little internal support. We think this short-sighted policy jeopardizes long-term U.S. interests in the region, and even the rest of the continent."

In this issue:
• Our Wishes for Eritrea and the Region for 2007

Eritrea: 20 years of National Harmony

As Eritrea celebrates its 20th independence anniversary, few salient phrases are being used to sum-up the fruits its independence. The phrases include: “dignity”, “unity” and “pride.” One other key ingredient phrase that I want to dwell on today is “harmony.” Eritrean society’s harmonious coexistence has always intrigued and fascinated those who know Eritrea. Personally it’s deeply satisfying to be part of a society as diverse and scarred as Eritrea, yet with no match to its sacrosanct perfect harmony.

In the 20 years since independence, the societal harmony has been palpable. Granted, Eritrean harmony has been tested, challenged, disparaged and assaulted. And yet it kept maturing and intensifying. Eritrea’s 20 years of harmony is a model of a kind. That is why the independence journey has been described as a “Perfect Harmony...for National Dignity”.

Sanctions would be Recklessness of the Highest Order

OEA Statement

December 21, 2009

Sanctions would be Recklessness of the Highest Order

In the context of the Horn of Africa, any sanctions measure by the UN Security Council against Eritrea would be recklessness of the highest order. In fact, it would be tantamount to throwing a lighted match on a gasoline-doused flammable object.

Letter to President Barack Obama

December 17, 2009

Dear Mr. President:

First and foremost, the Organization of Eritrean Americans (OEA) would like to extend its heart-felt congratulations to you on your well-deserved Noble Peace Prize.

Letter to United Nations Security Council

December 1, 2009

Dear ......

As Americans of Eritrean descent, we would like to express once again our profound regret that a draft resolution is reportedly being circulated among the members of the UN Security Council calling for
sanctions against Eritrea for allegedly supplying weapons to Somali insurgents—charges that have been proven to be unfounded, baseless and extremely reckless.

Eritrea's Economic Potential said to be Bright

Eritrea's Economic Potential said to be Bright

Eritrea’s development in agriculture, mining, tourism, port services (what were called the hardware of
development), and education (human resource development) can position it in a bright economic future.

OEA Denounces Sanctions Measure as Unjust and Reckless

OEA Statement
December 23, 2009

OEA Denounces Sanctions Measure as Unjust and Reckless

The Organization of Eritrean Americans has denounced the sanctions resolution the UN Security Council approved today against Eritrea because it is both unjust and extremely reckless.

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