The Horn of Africa Since the 1960s : Local and International Politics Intertwined Hardback
Edited by Aleksi Ylonen, Jan Zahorik
Part of the Contemporary African Politics series
The Horn of Africa has long been one of the most dynamic and politically turbulent sub-regions on the African continent. Host to great ancient civilizations, diverse peoples, and expansive states, the region has experienced massive social, economic, and political transformations which have given rise to military coups, revolutions and intractable ethnic, socio-economic, and religious conflicts. This comprehensive volume brings together a team of expert scholars who analyze international, regional, national, and local affairs in the Horn of Africa.
The chapters demonstrate the intertwined nature of the actors and forces shaping political realities.
The case studies, focusing on Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, and South Sudan eloquently illustrate the complex dynamics connecting the spectrum of political issues in the region. The Horn of Africa since the 1960s will be of interest to students and scholars of contemporary Africa and political science.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 270 pages
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 08/02/2017
- Category: Regional studies
- ISBN: 9781472478207