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Hydropower Development And Regional Integration In The Greater Horn Of Africa, Temesgen Aschenek Zeleke Nov 2018

Hydropower Development And Regional Integration In The Greater Horn Of Africa, Temesgen Aschenek Zeleke

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

Inadequate and poor regional infrastructure networks posed an impact for escalation of insecurity and political instability in the greater horn of Africa. To deal with such problems, filling resource gaps through sharing resources in the way that maximizes mutual benefit is the major approach to be implemented. In this respect, fostering interdependence through infrastructural development of power interconnections is a best mechanism for energy led integration in the region. The purpose of this article is to analyze the major roles that Ethiopian hydropower development is playing in regional integration schemes. To this end, qualitative research methodology is employed to investigate ...


The Political Psychology Of Embargoes: An Example From The Eritrean-Ethiopian War, Editor May 2000

The Political Psychology Of Embargoes: An Example From The Eritrean-Ethiopian War, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological inferences embraced by supporters and opponents of embargoes as tools to prevent, end, or moderate political violence between nation-states.


Ethiopia And Eritrea: Border War, Sandra F. Joireman Jan 2000

Ethiopia And Eritrea: Border War, Sandra F. Joireman

Political Science Faculty Publications

The war between Ethiopia and Eritrea—two of the poorest countries in the world—began in 1998. Eritrea was once part of the Ethiopian empire, but it was colonized by Italy from 1869 to 1941. Following Italy's defeat in World War II, the United Nations determined that Eritrea would become part of Ethiopia, though Eritrea would maintain a great deal of autonomy. In 1961 Ethiopia removed Eritrea's independence, and Eritrea became just another Ethiopian province. In 1991 following a revolution in Ethiopia, Eritrea gained its independence. However, the borders between Ethiopia and Eritrea had never been clearly marked ...


The Eritrea-Ethiopia War: How Helpful Are Psychological Theories Of Warfare?, Editor Feb 1999

The Eritrea-Ethiopia War: How Helpful Are Psychological Theories Of Warfare?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article considers common psychological theories of warfare in light of the current Eritrea- Ethiopia war.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Eritrea/Ethiopia: Pan African News Agency, Staff Writer - Pan African News Agency (Pana) Feb 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Eritrea/Ethiopia: Pan African News Agency, Staff Writer - Pan African News Agency (Pana)

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article - Ethiopia, Eritrea Fighting Enters Sixth Day. February 11, 1999 by a staff writer of the Pan African News Agency (PANA) - provides a report that organization. It was submitted anonymously, and it has been provided here with permission.

The article discusses the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea. IBPP commentary expands the scope of the article, discussing Western uses of resources in the prevention of political violence in Europe but not Africa.