Development: The Outcome of Good Neighborliness
Friday, 28 October 2011 13:58 |
Officially inaugurated on October 26, 2011, in the City of Kassala, the strategic Arbaéta Asher-Kassala asphalt road linking Eritrea and Sudan was opened at a colorful ceremony in the presence of Eritrean, Sudanese and Qatari leaders to render service for the peoples of both nations.
Information: The Key to Success
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 12:12 |
The ultimate goal of any given entity is but constant improvement. Hence, development requires three essential assets: ingenuity, capital and the art of implementation. Emanating from knowledge and information, ingenuity is the resource for framing objectives and plans of action.
Global Harmony for Social Justice
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:49 |
Mass protests that have flared up from North America to the Far East have recently become the major agenda item of the mass media across the globe. It remains, nonetheless, important to reflect on the objective reading of the main cause, instead of pondering on the hourly news, so as to forecast future developments. These apparently accidental phenomena come not as a bolt from the blue, but are the upheavals of economic and political problems.
Admirable National Unity
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 12:27 |
In the week during which President Isaias Afwerki arrived New York to participate at the 66th Session of the U.N. General Assembly, the warm welcome thousands of Eritreans accorded to him flocking from a number of U.S. and Canadian states, as well as the patriotic spirit that prevailed throughout the public seminar did not only add force to Eritrea’s admirable national unity, but the remarkable event was also heartwarming to friends of Eritrea and a slough to enemy quarters.
Attainment of the Key to Development
Friday, 30 September 2011 09:03 |
Human capital is the greatest asset for any given nation. What makes human aspectunequaled asset is that humankind is merely the fount of resources and ingenuity. Yet, Central position is accorded not to the quantity, but rather to the quality of human resources. Since the grandeur of societiescounts upon solidarity and organization, however,this quality asset is essentially determined by the way it is organized.