which depends on the international community’s largess to feed millions
of its own people, does not think the world will ever impose sanctions
on her for its international lawlessness—for rejecting the April
13, 2002, final and binding ruling by the Eritrean-Ethiopian Boundary
Ethiopia’s foreign minister, Seyoum
Mesfin, in his address to the fifty-ninth session of the United
Nations General Assembly last week, said “the hope of getting the
Security Council to impose sanctions on Ethiopia…..is unlikely to
happen.” Why is he so sure that this will not happen?"
intransigence: What is the price of inaction?
By: Asgede Hagos October 11, 2004