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Eritrea's External Relations

Understanding Its Regional Role and Foreign Policy


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There are few countries as misunderstood, or even as unknown, as Eritrea. The beleaguered nation encapsulates some of the region's most pressing issues: it has an undemocratic power structure, a low level of socioeconomic development, a highly militarized political system given increasingly to armed adventurism, and the tendency to disregard international opinion in the search for local solutions. Yet Eritrea is becoming increasingly important to the stability of sub-Saharan Africa. This volume analyzes the nature of Eritrea's foreign relations, both regionally and in the wider international arena.

Author Biography

Richard Reid is lecturer in the History of Africa in the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He taught for several years at the University of Asmara in Eritrea and has also taught at Durham University. He is the author of Political Power in Pre Colonial Buganda (Oxford, 2002) and War in Pre-Colonial Eastern Africa (Oxford, 2007). He was guest editor of a special volume of the Journal of Eastern African Studies in 2007, dealing with identities in east and northeast Africa. He is also the author of several articles on modern Eritrea and Ethiopia, dealing particularly with the liberation struggle, the 1998-2000 war, and the current political situation.
Release date Australia
September 1st, 2009
Edited by Richard Reid
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Chatham House
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