Since it looks as though things are not being resolved in the negotiations between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia, what will happen next? I have read articles suggesting a third party will be called in to evaluate. I am interested to see what the Foreign Policy article will read. As yet, there is not a ton of international coverage. Mostly, the reports are limited to special interest or regional press.
Some recent articles include:
a UPI article using WWII language about Egypt action against Ethiopia - but diplomatically couched.
al Jazeera hamming it up with their title - suggesting the countries are sparring.
World Bulletin put up a short story about the meetings in Cairo.
Al Monitor suggests Egypt is taking the issue to an international audience.
And the least reactive article from AllAfrica suggests officials are still working on negotiations