This is a very good question again.
It is not clear to me that there's an obvious solution. I'm reluctant to put it in those terms. The Derg was the Marxist regime that was overthrown in May 1991. Since that time, there has been some progress. Governments and their regional leaders are, as I said, extremely sensitive about and defensive of their respective populations, and they are very reluctant to concede anything that will allow them to be dominated by somebody else.
What I am concerned about is that the groups are so intransigent, so disciplined, so powerful and so reluctant to concede anything to the other that it is going to be difficult—or at least the groups will not see it as possible—to have what we in Canada or in the west would perhaps see as a democracy without defeating their adversaries. It's not going to happen.
Other people may disagree. I think my views tend to be a little more what is referred to as realpolitik, but I think that is the reality.
I would add that virtually every organization that writes on these issues will say that, for example, we need inclusive dialogue and negotiations without preconditions. It is difficult to disagree with that, but it is easier said than done, especially in this case, where each group is so formidable.