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The Window for a Negotiated Settlement in Ethiopia’s War is Closing as the Country Faces Protracted Civil War (Michael Horton, The Jamestown Foundation)

On November 22, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced that he was leaving the capital, Addis Ababa, for the frontlines of the country’s civil war (Addis Standard, November 22). This move by Abiy Ahmed, who has delegated day to day power to his deputy prime minister, is an indicator of the gravity of Ethiopia’s situation (Addis Standard, November 24). The stakes for all sides in the conflict could not be higher and, consequently, the likelihood of some kind of negotiated settlement diminishes by the day.

The Window for a Negotiated Settlement in Ethiopia’s War is Closing as the Country Faces Protracted Civil War – Jamestown