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Fri, Jun 22, 2018

Bruton in The New York Times: A Peace Best Delayed

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In the News by Bronwyn Bruton

Eritrea Ethiopia

Fri, Apr 27, 2018

Bruton Quoted in TesfaNews on Ambassador Yamamoto’s Visit to Eritrea

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In the News by Bronwyn Bruton

Eritrea

Tue, Jun 27, 2017

Roundtable with Louis Mazel

On Tuesday, June 27, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center hosted a roundtable discussion with Mr. Louis Mazel, former chargé d’affaires at the embassy of the United States to the State of Eritrea. In his remarks, Mazel stressed the importance of Eritrea’s extensive coastline and strategic location in the Horn of Africa. He also discussed Eritrea’s […]

Event Recap by Africa Center

Africa East Africa

Mon, Dec 12, 2016

Bruton Quoted by The New Yorker on Broken Government in Eritrea

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In the News by Bronwyn Bruton

Eritrea

Thu, Dec 8, 2016

Mr. Trump, Put the Ball in Eritrea’s Court

With the growing threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham in Africa and shifting alliances in the region with the Arab Gulf states and Egypt, it is in the best interest of the incoming US administration to reassess engagement with Eritrea, a country which could play a significant strategic role in countering conflict […]

New Atlanticist

Eritrea

Thu, Dec 8, 2016

Rethinking Eritrea

On Thursday, December 8, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center launched two new publications on Eritrea. The first, Eritrea’s Economy: Ideology and Opportunity, authored by fragile states expert Seth Kaplan, examines the nexus between the ideology of Eritrea’s leadership and the country’s struggling economy. The second, Eritrea: Coming In from the Cold, authored by Africa Center […]

Event Recap by Africa Center

Africa East Africa

Wed, Dec 7, 2016

Eritrea’s economy: Ideology and opportunity

Eritrea is often in the news for all the wrong reasons: its high rates of migration to Europe (it has sent more refugees to Europe in recent years than any other African nation), its conflicts with neighboring Ethiopia and Djibouti, and controversy over its mandatory and indefinite national service conscription program. Human rights activists, in […]

Report by Seth Kaplan

Africa East Africa

Wed, Dec 7, 2016

Eritrea: Coming in from the cold

Eritrea has long been stigmatized as a regional “spoiler” by Washington, and despite little evidence of wrongdoing, the country remains under Security Council sanctions for supporting terrorist groups in Somalia. Now is the time to rethink that relationship, argues Atlantic Council Africa Center Deputy Director Bronwyn Bruton in a new issue brief entitled “Eritrea: Coming […]

Issue Brief by Bronwyn Bruton

Africa Civil Society

Wed, Sep 14, 2016

Bruton Testifies Before House Foreign Affairs Committee on Eritrea

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In the News by Bronwyn Bruton

Eritrea

Thu, Jun 23, 2016

Bruton in the New York Times: It’s Bad in Eritrea, but Not That Bad

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In the News by Bronwyn Bruton

Eritrea