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Accountability and aid in Ethiopia

All parties to the conflict have committed appalling mass atrocities, and these incidents will increase with further fighting

In Summary

• With no sign that Ethiopia’s civil war will end anytime soon, the US and its partners must take action where they can to save lives.

• In particular, financial sanctions should be broadened to prevent further human-rights abuses, and creative humanitarian intervention is needed to head off mass starvation.

Now that Ethiopia’s civil war has settled into a seemingly intractable slugfest, the United States must consider its options to prevent further loss of life.

The US already is deeply engaged ...