The re-opening of border regions has already experienced an influx of goods and commodities for business, writes The Exchange.
Eritrea-Ethiopia Warming Ties Re-Open Trade Routes, Air Links
The Exchange, 17 September 2018
The Ethiopia-Eritrea peace agreement has brought to an end the crippling vendetta between two East African countries that existed for 20 years. Read more »
Ethiopia’s PM Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea’s President Isaias Afewerki at an official dinner in Asmara.
The Ethio-Eritrea Rapprochement - a Model for Regional Reconciliation?
Addis Standard, 12 September 2018
A historic paradigm shift is underway in the Horn of Africa following the recent rapprochement between Ethiopia and Eritrea that ended one of the long-standing conflicts in Africa. Read more »
Peace Prospects in Horn Better, but Obstacles Remain
The Conversation Africa, 11 September 2018
It's just five months since Abiy Ahmed took over as Ethiopian Prime Minister yet the pace of change in the Horn of Africa has been simply staggering. Insuperable obstacles have… Read more »
Neither hell or high water could keep the people of the two former rivals apart as two flights had to be scheduled to meet demand - only 15 minutes apart. Read more »
Addis Ababa's staggering economic growth has hiked the demand for imported goods, and since Assab is closer than the Port of Djibouti, it not only reduces transport costs for ... Read more »
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