No Border Wall for Ethiopia, an Open Door - Even for Eritrea

Ethiopia's open-door policy for refugees is in marked contrast to the strategies of migrant reduction being adopted in many Western societies and it's all the more remarkable due to the Eritrean and Ethiopian governments forever exchanging accusations and an atmosphere of mutual loathing, writes James Jeffrey for IPS.

Eritrean soldiers - now deserters - arriving at the Adinbried entry point.


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