Coordinating international responses to Ethiopia–Sudan tensions
This research paper provides a comprehensive overview of the current situation in the region, including background information, shared cross-border issues, and attempts to reduce tensions. The paper assesses the domestic contexts in Ethiopia and Sudan and the contentious cross-border issues that are damaging relations. It also details the range of regional and international interventions to date. The paper concludes with recommendations on how international stakeholders can coordinate responses to support political transition and achieve stability for both countries and the region.
This report was originally published by Chatham House.
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