With the Guns Silenced, Ethiopia and Tigray Must Now Secure the Peace

With the Guns Silenced, Ethiopia and Tigray Must Now Secure the Peace
A destroyed tank is seen by the side of the road, in an area of western Tigray annexed by the Amhara region during the conflict, south of Humera, Ethiopia, May 1, 2021 (AP photo by Ben Curtis).

The peace deal ending the war between Ethiopian federal government and the TPLF is a breakthrough, not because it handed victory to one side, but because it reestablished the federal constitutional framework, however contested, as the blueprint for resolving the political and constitutional disputes at the heart of the conflict.

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