ETHIOPIA CRISIS

What options for Abiy, Tigray?

In Summary
  • The fighting has been bloody, for the Ethiopian army is larger, but the Tigrayan army is more professional and determined
  • Suddenly Ethiopia starts to look a lot like former Yugoslavia just before the civil wars of the 1990s split it into six different countries

“We have to deal with anyone who’s still shooting,” said Getachew Reda, spokesman for the Tigrayan forces, early this month. “If it takes marching to Addis to silence the guns, we will.” In fact, ...

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