The Horn of Africa remains one of the most dynamic regions on the African continent. The political transition that started in Ethiopia little more than two years ago led to virulent domestic developments, as shown by the recent warfare in Tigray. But the Horn also crucially consists of other countries, most notably Eritrea, Somalia, and Djibouti.
How are ongoing dynamics in Ethiopia impacting the region’s political and security prospects? What trajectories are other states in the area following? How are their external – regional as well as non-African – relations evolving?
The round table builds on the recent ISPI Report titled Africa's Thorny Horn. Searching for a New Balance in the Age of Pandemic, realized with the with the support of the Policy Planning Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation pursuant to art. 23-bis of Presidential Decree 18/1967, and available at this link.