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Ethiopia: The Last Two Frontiers
Ethiopia has been undergoing a century-long effort to integrate a multicultural empire into a modern nation state. There are two frontiers that need to be crossed to reach the desired goal: theExpand
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Ethiopia: Anatomy of a Traditional Polity
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Conflict and the decline of pastoralism in the Horn of Africa.
List of Maps, Figures and tables - Notes on Contributors - Preface to the 1995 reprint - Preface - Map: Modes of Production in the Horn of Africa - Introduction: The Decline of Pastoralism andExpand
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Resource Conflict in the Horn of Africa
Introduction PART ONE: POPULATION, RESOURCES, FOOD SECURITY Population Regional Resources Country resources Food Security PART TWO: CONFLICT Regional Movements Ethnic and Clan Movements PART THREE:Expand
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Anatomy of a conflict: Afar & Ise Ethiopia
Bloodshed at Galalu 23 March 2002: Dawn came that day to find a group of about thirty Afar warriors lying in ambush alongside the road to Djibouti. Newly re-surfaced, Ethiopia's sole link to the seaExpand
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report Pastoralism on the Margin
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Class and revolution in Ethiopia
The following are extracts from a book‐length manuscript of the same title to be published later this year by RAPE.The book is dedicated to the ‘brave youth of Ethiopia’ many of whom, including NegaExpand
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Pastoralists & politicians in Kenya
security in that country. It looked forward to receiving further reports from the Secretariat's participation in the international contact group on Sierra Leone. CMAG encouraged the provision ofExpand
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Society and state in crisis: what went wrong in Somalia?
The role of foreign assistance was appreciated and discussed at length. However, it was stressed that aid ought to be equitably distributed and directed to the Somali in need. A number of cases ofExpand
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Lands of the future: transforming pastoral lands and livelihoods in eastern Africa
Pastoral and agro-pastoral areas in eastern Africa and elsewhere on the continent have long been regarded as peripheries, especially in economic terms, but also in terms of social and culturalExpand
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