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Post-2018 Ethiopia: state fragility, failure, or collapse? - Humanities and Social Sciences Communications
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capacity and ability of the state to exercise a monopoly on the legitimate use of violence and perform its basic functions well the pre-2018 Ethiopian state had relatively better control over its territories and a monopoly on violence. Upon Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s accession to power in 2018, l .
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  • capacity and ability of the state to exercise a monopoly on the legitimate use of violence and perform its basic functions well
  • the pre-2018 Ethiopian state had relatively better control over its territories and a monopoly on violence. Upon Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s accession to power in 2018, l
  • . De Waal (2021a) argues that Abiy Ahmed’s “real authority extends no further than the first checkpoint outside the capital city.”
  • was a tightly controlled state capable of stifling the post-1991 intensification of not only ethnic mobilization but also contending nationalisms
  • he EPRDF’s iron grip on power had managed to curtail internal armed insurgencies and silence interethnic violence

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