Outfoxing your rival wiser than hurling shoes at him
In the mid-1920s, the powerful warlords of Ethiopia were coming to the realisation that a young man of the nobility named Haile Selassie, also known as Ras Tafari, was outcompeting them all and nearing the point where he could proclaim himself their leader, unifying the country for the first time in decades.
By Ababu Namwamba | 6 years ago
In the face of evil, silence cannot be golden
In 191 BC, Antiochus III, King of Syria invaded Greece, invited there by the Aetolians in order to drive out the Romans. Antiochus sent envoys to the Achaeans, who were allies of the Romans, to advise them to remain neutral. On the other hand, the Romans urged them to take up arms on their behalf.
Ababu Namwamba | 6 years ago
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