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Czy Erytrea wyjdzie z międzynarodowej izolacji?

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Will Eritrea Come Out of International Isolation?
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Since 2008 Eritrea has been considered a pariah state, accused of supporting terrorism and destabilising the region. There are many indicators that this position may soon change. High costs of keeping the tension with Ethiopia alive, a new political and economic context in the region and a relative openness of the neighbouring countries suggest a reset in Asmara’s external relations could materialise soon. It remains unknown whether the regime itself, facing increasing pressure from within, could survive such turn.
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