Trump’s sabrerattling remarks on the Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam (GERD) that advises Egypt to blow up the dam has become a hullabaloo in Ethiopia and constitutes a violation of international law. Addis Ababa, October 27/2020 .On the basis of equality, international law regulates the relationship between sovereign states. On the basis of the UN Charter, the conventional concept that states are equal is now being undermined by hegemonic, strong states. A few strong nations, like the United States,In the interest of facilitating a successful office, some states tend to be forced into bargaining and making a treaty. This would cause the legality of the actions of powerful states under international law to be called into doubt. In the background of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) water filling dispute primarily between Ethiopia and Egypt, this essay challenges the notion of sovereignty in an attempt to lift the debate on whether Ethiopia survives the repeated threats of Trump. In determining this,
We expose how hegemonic international law is now being revived as a challenge to the new international framework developed under the Charter of the United Nations (UN).
Seriously Take Sovereignty
Despite the irrational notion of oversovereignty, where some states exercise in international relations a sort of colonial control, states are equal not only in the international framework formed on the basis of the Charter of the United Nations, but also in the classical understanding of international law. In this re-enactment