Global: Press Freedom Declines Amid Pivotal Elections Around the World

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Sub-Saharan Africa: First Shipment of Russian Grain En Route to Burkina Faso and Somalia

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Ethiopia: TPLF Claims Eritrean Forces Still Present in Tigray

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Ethiopia: Eritrea Allegedly Still Killing Civilians in Tigray

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Ethiopia: Satellite Images Show Eritrean Buildup

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Ethiopia: Eritrea Mobilizes Military Reserves for Tigrayan War

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Ethiopia: Eritrea Reportedly Carries Out Joint Offensive With Ethiopian Military

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Ethiopia: Eritrea Allegedly Launched Offensive on Trigray Forces

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AssessmentsNov 5, 2020
Conflict in Tigray Has Major Implications for Ethiopia, and the Region
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AssessmentsJan 7, 2020
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AssessmentsMar 18, 2019
Landlocked Ethiopia Charts a Course for a Navy
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AssessmentsFeb 5, 2019
Can Ethiopia and Eritrea Keep the Peace, or Will History Repeat Itself?
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AssessmentsNov 29, 2018
Washington Wakes Up to East Africa's Importance
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AssessmentsNov 26, 2018
Somalia's Thorny Problems on the Horn of Africa
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