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Qatar and Ethiopia: two visions for the interlocked relations

In light of the developments witnessed by the Qatari-Ethiopian relations, which saw complete severance in 2008 and the return of diplomatic ties in 2013, it is important to understand the contexts that pushed these relations to such levels.

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 11:07 GMT

Source (AlJazeera)

In light of the developments witnessed by the Qatari-Ethiopian relations, which saw complete severance in 2008 and the return of diplomatic ties in 2013, it is important to understand the contexts that pushed these relations to such levels.

  
How does Qatar envision the future of its ties with Ethiopia and how does it asses the Ethiopian policy in the African horn region? On the other hand, how does Ethiopia see its ties with Qatar and the Qatari policy in Africa? Is it possible to understand the Arab-Ethiopian relations based on the Qatar-Ethiopia case?


AlJazeera Center for Studies addressed these questions and others to Mr. Nabil Ennasri, a researcher in Qatar’s foreign policy, and Mr. Aklog Birara. They responded as follows: 

No Title Author PDF
1 Qatari-Ethiopian Relations: Prospects after the Emir's Visit  Nabil Ennasri  Click here
2  Zigzag Diplomacy: Ethiopian-Qatari Diplomatic Relations and their Implications  Aklog Birara  Click here

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