Is Ethiopia's Grand Reforms Causing Tension at Home?
Over the past few months, shifts in the direction of government under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed at the national level have been drawing most of the headlines in and about Ethiopia. However, the country's transition has also shaken the political order at the regional and local levels in significant and potentially destablising ways, writes Wolde Tadesse, Jason Mosley & Angela Raven-Roberts for African Arguments.
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