Eritrea and Ethiopia: From Conflict to Cooperation
The Red Sea Press, 1994 - History - 229 pages
Essays addressing the prospects and problems in the process of creating a single, integrated community in the Horn of Africa.
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Prospects for Economic Cooperation
New Perspective of EthioEritrean Partnership
Eritrean Independence and Democracy
Eritrean Independence and African
Eritrea Somalia Somaliland
The United States
Towards A New Covenant
Notes On Contributors
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achieved Addis Ababa agreement Asmara Assab Basil Davidson benefit colonial communities conflict constitutional constitutionalism coordination countries create cultural currency Darod democracy democratic dictatorship Djibouti economic cooperation economic development economic integration efforts EPLF EPLF leaders EPRDF Eritrea and Ethiopia Eritrean independence Eritrean struggle established Ethiopia and Eritrea Ethiopian government ethnic European export federation forces foreign free trade area future Government of Eritrea Government of Ethiopia groups Haile Selassie Hargeisa Hawiye Horn of Africa human rights Ibid important independent Eritrea industrial integration schemes Isaaq Isaias Afwerki issues leadership Liberation Front Massawa ment military Mogadishu movement mutual nomic Ogaden organization Oromo Liberation Front peace political population ports principles problems production promote Provisional Government Red Sea referendum region relationship sector self-determination Siad social societies Somali Somaliland Soviet strategy structural Sudan Tigray tion TPLF Transitional Government United World Bank