The shocking murders of five high-ranking officials have exposed the gravity of Ethiopia’s crisis.
To mitigate risks, politicians should refrain from doing or saying anything provocative, while the federal government and ruling elites take urgent steps to heal deep and dangerous internal rifts.
A series of assassinations on 22 June has jolted Ethiopia.
That evening, in Amhara state, the country’s second-largest federal region, gunmen killed regional leader Ambachew Mekonnen and two of his advisers.
A few hours later, a…
The Prime Minister’s Office linked the killings and cited a…