As Abiy Continues ‘Unbelievable’ Change, Power Shift Creates New Tensions And Tigrayan Fears In Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s rate of 2.4 million new internally displaced people in 2018 far exceeded Syria’s. Reformist Abiy’s aggressive reform agenda has won praise, but shaking up Ethiopia’s government risks exacerbating several long-simmering ethnic rivalries.

The Epidemic Of Rebellion In Eastern DR Congo: More Insurgent Groups Than You Can Shake A Stick At

In Beni Territory attacks have led more than 81,000 commercial farmers to abandon their fields and to a total revenue loss of some $1.9 billion.

Despite Impressive Economic Growth, Ethiopia Can’t Seem To Escape The Menace Of Drought. Why?

There is donor fatigue regarding droughts in East Africa, and Addis Ababa has faced accusations it played down the severity of the crisis to keep the country from looking bad internationally.

From The Frying Pan Into The Fire: Long-Suffering Central African Republic Risks Return To Civil War

More than 1.1 million people have been displaced in the central African nation, the “highest level ever”, as UN peacekeeping force hit by new controversy over sex abuses cases.