We are now trapped between a dying establishment and a new order that is not quite formed. This interim period is unpredictable, because there is no visible successor, no plan, and of course no legal recourse for election because there is no constitution. Is it going to be chaotic? WillRead More →

In a small classroom in the Adi Harush refugee camp in northern Ethiopia, a dozen or so young Eritrean refugees perform a play. It is a love story, drawing on elements of traditional Eritrean storytelling, with singing, dancing and physical comedy. Tesfay, 24, is the young Romeo. Though slight inRead More →