Sudan, Ethiopia, and the American Empire

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Sudan and Ethiopia are neighboring countries that are both ruled by authoritarian regimes; each is engaged in a brutal counterinsurgency operation against rebel forces—the former, in Darfur; the latter, in Ogaden.  Curiously, these countries are treated quite differently by Washington; and this difference reveals a great deal about . . .

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