Before and after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, both right-wingers and leftists sought to justify Putin’s actions. Who are they and what are their motives?
While the coup-ridden country is experiencing the suspension of elections, traditional allies are losing diplomatic influence with the rulers in Bamako.
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While the Tigrayan rebels brace themselves for their last stand, hints of state-ordered genocide by Eritrean and Ethiopian troops emerge.
At present, Eritrea is probably best known as the country that deployed its military in support of the Ethiopian National Defence Force’s efforts to eradicate the Tigrayan rebels. But current affairs can be a great distraction from long-standing atrocities, and the government of Eritrea is well acquainted with the latter, too.