Nearly 30 years after the end of its 17-year civil war, Ethiopia is steps away from slipping into another disastrous conflict that could wipe out the past gains. The escalating military confrontation between the federal government and political leaders in the Tigray region has produced a grave humanitarian situation, which could destabilize the country of 110 million. Likewise, the growing hostility in Ethiopia could have vast repercussions for stability across the Horn of Africa.
The Brookings hosted a discussion on these developments, their implications, and options to contain the conflict.
Source : The Brookings Institute