I think that's a terrific question. I'm not sure that it is possible.
An issue that we deal with in any kind of ethnic or national conflict is that the belligerents will often see themselves as representatives of their respective peoples. Particularly in the case of the TPLF, but also with the Amhara group, they see themselves as defending and, especially with the TPLF, as being of the people. The TPLF and its leadership, during the war against the Derg in the 1980s and early 1990s, never left the country. They were among their own people, so that association is very tight.
I think you're going to have to be addressing, at least to some extent, both of those issues. You're going to have to be managing the belligerents themselves, the ones who are doing the fighting, because they see themselves as defending their people.