The Ethiopia–Eritrea Conflict and the Search for Peace in the Horn of Africa

@article{Lyons2009TheEC,
  title={The Ethiopia–Eritrea Conflict and the Search for Peace in the Horn of Africa},
  author={Terrence Lyons},
  journal={Review of African Political Economy},
  year={2009},
  volume={36},
  pages={167 - 180}
}
  • T. Lyons
  • Published 1 June 2009
  • Political Science
  • Review of African Political Economy
The Ethiopia-Eritrea border dispute is embedded within a set of domestic political conflicts in each state, is linked further through proxy conflicts to instability in Somalia and the Ogaden, and is skewed additionally by the application of Washington's global counter-terrorism policies to the region. Each of these arenas of contention has its own history, issues, actors and dynamic; however, each is also distorted by processes of conflict escalation and de-escalation in the other arenas. The… 
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