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Why the African Union's mediation effort in Tigray is a non-starter

By Mulugeta G Berhe (PhD), Senior Fellow, World Peace Foundation, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts, Tufts University
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The United Nations recognises mediation as one of the most effective methods of preventing, managing and above all, resolving conflicts.

The UN guidelines underscore that the mediation process has to have integrity if it’s going to succeed.

Key elements include, firstly, cultivating the consent of the parties. Success depends on conflicting parties agreeing to the…

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