A Region in Dissolution : The Ethiopian Crisis And The Egyptian-russian Breakdown

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A Region in Dissolution : The Ethiopian Crisis And The Egyptian-russian Breakdown

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The recent Ethiopian civil war underlined important evolutions both at the regional and global levels. Relations between Egypt and Sudan on one side and Russia on the other reached a low point while the two African states grew closer to Washington. The venomous relations between Addis Ababa, Cairo, and Khartoum forced Moscow and Washington to pick opposite sides in the Ethiopian conflict. This bipolarization of regional politics imitates dynamics at work in Asia, Europe, and elsewhere, and threatens to fragment Northeast Africa for a long time.

À propos de l'auteur

Dylan MOTIN

Ph.D. candidate majoring in political science at Kangwon National University and a visiting research fellow at the Institute for Far Eastern Studies of Kyungnam University. He is mainly interested in interstate competition, balance-of-power theory, China-Russia-U.S. relations, and Korean affairs.

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