This chapter of the CAGE Africa Review provides a look at some of the impact the ‘War on Terror’ has had on Ethiopia as of the end of 2016, both in terms of its judicial make-up as well as the relationship between the government and two ethnic groups in the country, the Ogaden and the Oromo, both of which are gripped in a struggle for recognition and national participation for their respective movements.

The chapter does not aim to provide an exhaustive review, but it rather provides snapshots of various aspects of the ‘War on Terror’ in Ethiopia that are evidence of the absence of the rule of law and which result in abuse, in particular of Muslims but also of other groups.

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