Anglo-Ethiopian relations, 1869 to 1906: a study of British policy in Ethiopia
"This book examines the dynamics of Anglo-Ethiopian relations covering the period from 1869 to 1906. It makes a comprehensive study of the factors that shaped the British policy in Ethiopia such as the British interests in the Red Sea and Egypt, and Ethiopian victory on Egypt and Italy in 1889 and 1896 respectively. The study also throws light on many questions of significance including the problem of underdevelopment in Ethiopia, the nature of foreign aid, neo-colonialism, the nature of relations between advanced and backward countries, and the importance of self-reliance and internal unity to preserve independence and achieve progress."--Publisher's description.
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Reluctant Britain and Persistent Ethiopia Assertion of
Egyptian Aggression on Ethiopia Britains Reluctance
Primacy of British Interests in the Red Sea and Egypt
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