Ethiopia Is Not Ready for Transitional Justice

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Ethiopia Is Not Ready for Transitional Justice

Washington should not engage with the country’s government unless it pursues accountability for war crimes.

By , a professor of global studies at Doshisha University, and , the associate director of the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School.

Now that the two-year civil war in Tigray and its surrounding regions is over, discussions have begun about transitional justice in Ethiopia. Meanwhile, a policy debate is taking place in the United States on whether and how to lift economic restrictions put on Ethiopia due to its massive human rights violations during the war.

Courtesy of the Foreign Policy.
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