Matt Bryden

Consultant with the International Crisis Group

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Consultant with the International Crisis Group, a nonprofit advocacy organization

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Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

The Conflict between Ethiopia and Somalia

Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

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Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

The Conflict between Ethiopia and Somalia

Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

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