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This study focuses on the inter-ethnic conflict between Alle and Konso of Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples’ Regional State (SNNPRS), South Western Ethiopia.
The Alle and Konso ethnic groups have a long history of close relationships.
The post 1991 Alle-Konso ethnic relation is either peaceful or conflictual.
Thus, the central aim of this study is to investigate the causes, actors, dynamics and impacts of Alle-Konso inter-ethnic conflict.
The study investigates the nature of Alle-Konso inter-ethnic relations after the restructuring of the country along ethnic lines with special emphasis to the post-2010 inter-ethnic conflicts.
The study identified multiplicity of factors for the inter-ethnic conflict.
In this study, based on the analysis of context, causes, actors and dynamics of Alle-Konso inter-ethnic conflict two major scenarios are drawn: Best-Case and Worst-Case Scenarios.
The major conclusion drawn in this study is that politicization of ethnicity and/ ethnic mobilizations take its lion share for continued and unresolved inter-ethnic conflict between Alle and Konso ethnic groups.
Bantayehu Demissew is a lecturer at Debre Markos Unversity,Ethiopia since 2016.He graduated his MA in Peace and Security Studies from Addis Ababa University in 2016.
As his research experience from 15 September to 14 November, 2015 he served as a research fellow at Avantha International Fellowship 2015,New Delhi,India.
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