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Landlocked Ethiopia wants better sea access: a port deal with neighbours could benefit the region

By Namhla Matshanda, Senior Lecturer, Political Studies, University of the Western Cape
Ethiopia’s access to the coast has occupied the minds of the country’s rulers since time immemorial. This is because being landlocked undermines Ethiopia’s ability to grow its economy, develop its military (navy force) and exert influence across the Horn of Africa.

We see this preoccupation in the historyThe Conversation

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