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MONDA: Why democracy is dangerous concept in Ethiopia

The current civil war in Ethiopia is a classic case in point on why democracy is a dangerous concept.

In Summary

• The conflict in Ethiopia is shaping up to be long, inconclusive, and bloody.

• The more space the regions such as Tigray and Oromia are given to espouse their democratic rights, the more they will demand for secession and full statehood 

With the end of the Cold War and disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, there was hope internationally that in a new global era democracy would flourish.

An era dominated by democratic ...