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Title:The Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Conflict and the Role of the International Community
Authors:Zondi, Siphamandia
Rejouis, Emmanuel
Year:2006
Periodical:African Journal on Conflict Resolution
Volume:6
Issue:2
Pages:69-83
Language:English
Geographic terms:Eritrea
Ethiopia
Subjects:boundary conflicts
foreign intervention
Politics and Government
international relations
Inter-African Relations
Law, Human Rights and Violence
External link:https://www.accord.org.za/ajcr-issues/%ef%bf%bcthe-ethiopia-eritrea-border-conflict-and-the-role-of-the-international-community/
Abstract:Five years after signing a peace agreement which established the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE) and set in motion the implementation of the Algiers Comprehensive Peace Accord (ACPA), the peace process between Eritrea and Ethiopia is deadlocked. Ethiopia has refused to abide by the ruling of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC) as agreed at Algiers, and Eritrea laments the disregard of agreements, especially by the international community that witnessed them. The Boundary Commission, an independent legal entity charged with adjudicating a ruling on the border on the basis of colonial treaties, has left the local scene in despair. The war of words is fast turning into words about war. Just what constitutes the stand-off, what interventions have been made, also by the AU, and what are the prospects for peace or war in the region are some of the questions this article explores. Bibliogr., notes, ref., sum. [Journal abstract]
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