Eritrea: A Pawn in World Politics
After decades of bloodshed and famine, the Eritrean-Ethiopian conflict is the longest contemporary war of liberation in Africa. This work examines the nationalist movement in the context of the political and diplomatic struggle, and argues that superpower/UN collusion is partly to blame.
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The Making of History
The Eritrean Question in the Postwar Power Balance
The Struggle over Eritrea in the United Nations
The Struggle in the United Nations Continues
The Federal Act Implemented
Evolution of the EthioAmerican Connection
The Ethiopian Revolution and the EthioSoviet
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