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The Abiy Doctrine: One year of Ethiopia’s new foreign policy - African Arguments
It’s not just domestically that the new Prime Minister has shaken things up in his first year. When Abiy Ahmed became Ethiopia’s prime minister a year ago on 2 April, he inherited a deeply divided and fractured country. The economy was in free fall, a state of emergency had been declared, and an agitated mass was calling for revolutionary change. Since then, his administration has been praised for pulling the country back from the brink. The government has enacted a series of progressive and transformational reforms, which have made headlines internally and been widely scrutinised. Much less, however, has been …