William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia Please submit all media inquiries to email@example.com or call +32 (0) 2 536 00 71. Crisis Group Role William Davison joined Crisis Group in April 2019 as Senior Analyst for Ethiopia. Professional Background William was Bloomberg's Ethiopia correspondent from 2010 until 2017 and has also published in The Guardian, Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera, Christian Science Monitor, and other international media. In 2018 he founded Ethiopia Insight website. In The News 2 Sep 2020 Ethiopia will not be deterred from finishing GERD by U.S. aid cuts and nor will it change its negotiating stance. Bloomberg William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia 18 Aug 2020 Ethiopian political leaders should consider appealing to a third party to mediate, should they have exhausted all other opportunities. Deutsche Welle William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia 21 Jul 2020 Because the [Grand Ethiopian Renaissance] dam has reached quite an advanced stage of construction there had already been a natural backing up of the river behind it, due to the rainy season. CNN William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia 30 Apr 2020 [En Ethiopie] le parti au pouvoir fait face à d’énormes défis électoraux et il semble répondre à ceux-ci avec les mêmes tactiques que l’ancien parti, c’est-à-dire les arrestations et la violence. L'Apostrophe William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia 8 Apr 2020 While [declaring a state of emergency in Ethiopia] is understandable given the situation, it is critical that there is transparency over the government's extra powers. AFP/Yahoo News William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia 4 Apr 2020 It would have been very difficult, if not impossible, for the [Ethiopian] electoral board [...] to organize this election in time for the 29th of August. Deutsche Welle William Davison Senior Analyst, Ethiopia Latest Updates Op-Ed / Africa 18 April 2020 Coronavirus: Ethiopia’s opportunity to reboot its troubled transition Ethiopia has postponed elections scheduled for August and declared a five-month state of emergency to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. If managed well, this time could be used to put the country’s democratic transition back on track. Originally published in The Africa Report Commentary / Africa 23 October 2019 Calming the Choppy Nile Dam Talks Egypt and Ethiopia are exchanging harsh words over the dam the latter is building on the Blue Nile. At issue is how fast the Horn nation will fill its reservoir once construction is complete. The two countries’ leaders should cool the rhetoric and seek compromise.