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Title:Eritrea & neighbours in the 'New World Order': geopolitics, democracy and Islamic fundamentalism
Author:Medhanie, TesfatsionISNI
Year:1994
Issue:15
Pages:132
Language:English
Series:Bremer Afrika-Studien
City of publisher:Münster
Publisher:Lit
ISBN:3825821935
Geographic terms:Sudan
Ethiopia
Eritrea
Northeast Africa
Subjects:Islamic movements
democracy
international relations
Islamism
politics
Abstract:This study examines Eritrea's relations with two of its neighbours, Ethiopia and Sudan, in the context of US global and regional policy and the New World Order in general. It pays attention to the state of democracy in Eritrea under the EPLF (Eritrean People's Liberation Front) regime, the nature of Eritrea's burgeoning ties with Israel, the basis of the alliance between the present regimes in Eritrea and Ethiopia, the politics behind the outrage of the Eritrean government against Islamic fundamentalist movements, and the ideals and problematics of political Islam.
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