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Why Ethiopia’s Tigray Conflict Won’t Turn into a Protracted Insurgency

The TPLF is doing everything it can to avoid a long-drawn-out guerrilla insurgency
If the TPLF was anticipating to get significant (public) support, it didn’t happen.

BY MOHAMMED IBRAHIM SHIRE | TRT WORLD

The Tigray People’s Liberation Front has executed a series of coercive steps to provoke a conflict at the local, national and regional level to force international powers to intervene.

On November 4, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) launched coordinated attacks on the federal military’s powerful Northern Command headquarters in Mekelle, prompting the Ethiopian government to launch a counter-offensive in TPLF-led Tigray. Continue reading Why Ethiopia’s Tigray Conflict Won’t Turn into a Protracted Insurgency