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Research Paper | Peace and Conflict Studies | Ethiopia | Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016
State Building and Resilience Strategies against the contemporary public crises of Ethiopia: (A Critical Analysis)
Tewelde Gebresslase | Costantinos Berhutesfa
Abstract: This is surveillance, reports, working papers and literature based research paper for reviewing the current public crises of Ethiopia. Todays Public crises of Ethiopia area bottleneck against its socio-economic transformation and an increasing source of probable threats to state building and stability. As to the experience from the failed states, public crises are symptoms for weak (acute stress), fragile and then unstable state of collapse which could disunite the Government from the society. Besides, unless it manages through a careful investigation society from different ethnic group becomes enemy of one another. Thus, this paper tried to assess the root grounds of these crises and their public costs. For convenience, state building paradigms are analyzed in the context of Ethiopia and the two selected nations which are Sudan and Somalia from the states listed under states declared to be failed which ranked at Very High Alert, based on social, economic and political indicators. This paper thus, argues that the current public crises of Ethiopia are highly intervening via the internal and external factors, which have a direct impact on the State building, resilience and socio-political renaissance.
Keywords: Public crises, state building, Ethnic diversity, NPM, Resilience, FSI, Ethiopia
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016,
Pages: 622 - 630