Since 1998, Eritrea and its neighbor Ethiopia have spent an estimated $1 million a day in fighting over a disputed area of land. Pool (government, University of Manchester) offers background for understanding the roots of the conflict, looking at Eritrean nationalism, the formation and operation of the liberation front of Eritrea, and the political forces at work in Eritrea's struggle for independence.
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David Pool's detailed and well-informed account of the EPLF is a valuable addition to our understanding of the complex political forces at work in the struggle for independence.