Fafo-report 2007:14Web edition
The conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea is one of the most entrenched conflicts in the world today. Focusing on the demarcation of the border between the two countries, and in particular on the small area of Badme, the conflict has wide ranging implications for the stability and survival of the two regimes, as well as for peace in the Horn of Africa more generally.
Writing from their unique perspectives as academics and practitioners from the region, the authors offer their insights and views on the conflict, showing both the complexities and possible roads ahead.
Published: 2007 Id-nr.: 20014