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is currently senior researcher affiliated at Addis Ababa University.

All articles of Markus Rudolf

Elected government

The double message of Diomaye’s election victory in Senegal

The West African country’s democracy is alive, but Senegal’s citizens evidently resent western influence

Tigray conflict

Ethiopia’s fragile peace

A peace treaty aims to end the Tigray conflict in northern Ethiopia – but it can only succeed if underlying problems are addressed

Tigray conflict

Eritrean refugees are at risk in Ethiopia

The Tigray conflict exposes Eritreans living in refugee camps in Northern Ethiopia to recurring violence

Humanitarian emergency

Crisis in Ethiopia intensifies

In Ethiopia, humanitarian aid has become a political issue

Horn of Africa

Who is caught in the crossfire of Ethiopia’s recent conflict

In Ethiopia’s ongoing Tigray conflict, Eritrean refugees are especially at risk

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