Brothers at War
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192 Pages

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Series: Eastern African Studies

Imprint: James Currey

Brothers at War

Making Sense of the Eritrean-Ethiopian War

by Tekeste Negash and Kjetil Tronvoll

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Demonstrates the wider genesis of the conflict between the two nations.

This text presents contextual aspects in order to explain the growing discord between the two former friendly governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia. It looks at historical relations since the late 19th century, border issues from local perspectives and relations between the former liberation fronts.

North America: Ohio U Press

KJETIL TRONVOLL is Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Bjørknes University College, Director of Oslo Analytica policy research and advisory company, and a former Professor of Human Rights at the University of Oslo. His books include, with Daniel R. Mekonnen, The African Garrison State: Human Rights & Political Development in Eritrea (2017).

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Title Details

192 Pages

0 x 0 cm

3 line illus.

Series: Eastern African Studies

Imprint: James Currey