Brothers at War: Making Sense of the Eritrean-Ethiopian War

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J. Currey, 2000 - History - 179 pages
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.

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Contents

Historical Relations
5
3The Origins of Todays Differences
12
Border Issues
23
Copyright

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Tekeste Negash is professor of history at Uppsala University in Sweden. He is also the author of "No Medicine for the Bite of a White Snake "and the author of "Italian Colonialism in Eritrea.

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