Abiy Ahmed and the the Danger of Domestic Politics Overturning a Nobel Peace Prize

Abiy Ahmed's Ethiopia bears a striking resemblance to Aung San Suu Kyi's Myanmar, in terms of ethnic diversity, a powerful military, and political history and structure that encourages race-based violence and lingering authoritarianism.

Abiy Ahmed and the the Danger of Domestic Politics Overturning a Nobel Peace Prize
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