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Somali Nationalism: International Politics and the Drive for Unity in the Horn of Africa
by Saadia Touval
Harvard University Press
Cloth: 978-0-674-81825-5

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this first book on the emergence of Somali nationalism, Saadia Touval draws on extensive research and firsthand knowledge to explore the complex and dangerous situation in easternmost Africa. He describes the land and people, the spread of Somali tribes with their Moslem culture, the arrival of Europeans during the nineteenth century, the development of national consciousness, politics in the new Somali Republic and French Somaliland, problems presented by the Somalis of Kenya and Ethiopia, and the overriding question of boundary lines. Finally, he discusses the prospects for a peaceful solution.

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