Crisis and Development in the Horn of Africa: two new books on a volatile region - By Magnus Taylor

From African Arguments Fri Jan 25 2013, 03:00:15

Crisis in the Horn of Africa: politics, piracy and the threat of terror, Peter Woodward Peter Woodward will be known to many as a long-time historian of the Horn of Africa and particularly Sudan, where his Sudan, 1898-1989: the unstable

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