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Kenya

Drought, Violence and Politics: Inside Laikipia’s Cattle War

A historic drought in Kenya is coinciding with a hotly contested election. Nerves in central and northern Kenya are fraying, as climate stresses intensify intercommunal conflict and amplify electoral tensions. Climate change, politics and resource competition are…

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News and Press Release
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ICG
Posted:
20 Jul 2022
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Ethiopia

At Long Last, Ethiopia Prepares for Peace Talks

Ethiopia’s federal and Tigray regional governments are finally gearing up for direct negotiations. In this Q&A, Crisis Group expert William Davison discusses why the feuding parties are edging toward peace and what the main obstacles are…

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News and Press Release
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ICG
Posted:
04 Jul 2022

Somalia

A Welcome Chance for a Reset in Somalia

By Omar Mahmood, Senior Analyst, Somalia It took sixteen months, but Somalia’s elections have finally concluded – and without major incident. In this Q&A, Crisis Group expert Omar Mahmood looks at the challenges confronting the new chief…

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News and Press Release
Source:
ICG
Posted:
31 May 2022

Ethiopia

Building on Ethiopia’s Fragile Truce

A truce in Ethiopia has generated cautious optimism. As the belligerents take tentative steps toward peace, the first order of business is to surge humanitarian aid into Tigray and restore vital services. The country’s external partners…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
15 Apr 2022
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South Sudan

South Sudan’s Splintered Opposition: Preventing More Conflict

Crisis Group Africa Briefing N°179 | Juba/Nairobi/Brussels, 25 February 2022 Side deals between President Salva Kiir and renegade opposition leaders jeopardise the 2018 agreement that ended the worst fighting of South Sudan’s civil war. East African mediators…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
25 Feb 2022
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Ethiopia

A Rare Chance for Peace in Ethiopia

Tigray’s leaders have withdrawn their forces from neighbouring regions and called for a cessation of hostilities followed by negotiations. Ethiopia’s federal government should grasp this opportunity to end the fighting, while international actors should step up…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
23 Dec 2021

Ethiopia

Time to End Ethiopia’s Unwinnable Civil War

Federal forces have recorded gains in recent weeks but Ethiopia’s brutal civil war may well grind on without a winner. Addis Ababa must let more aid into blockaded Tigray and the region’s dissident leadership should recognise…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
10 Dec 2021

Somalia

Reforming the AU Mission in Somalia

Crisis Group Africa Briefing N°176 Nairobi/Brussels, 15 November 2021 What’s new? The UN mandate for the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) will expire on 31 December 2021. Fatigued financial donors want reforms and perhaps cuts, while the…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
17 Nov 2021
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South Sudan

Oil or Nothing: Dealing with South Sudan’s Bleeding Finances

Upon South Sudan’s independence in 2011, many hoped the country’s oil wealth would help build the state and lift citizens out of poverty. Instead, politicians have shunted these revenues toward patronage and personal enrichment, feeding internal…

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Analysis
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ICG
Posted:
02 Nov 2021
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