Dominique Jacquin-Berdal, Martin Plaut (eds)
Red Sea Press (1 April 2005)
The 1988 war between Eritrea and Ethiopia came like a bolt from the blue. The two countries, who, until that point had been allies, were pitched into a brutal conflict. Finally, after two and a half years a peace agreement was signed, but the conditions of this peace are contented by Ethiopia. The result: a cold peace that could degenerate into open warfare at any time. This book brings together contributions that take the reader through recent events and includes original documents, some of which haven't been previously revealed.
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