The African Garrison State

The African Garrison State

When Eritrea gained independence in 1991, hopes were high for its transformation. In two decades, however, it became one of the most repressive in the world, effectively a militarised "garrison state". This comprehensive and detailed analysis examines how the prospects for democracy in the new state turned to ashes, reviewing its development, and in particular the loss of human rights and the state's political organisation. Beginning with judicial development in… (more)

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Publisher: James Currey (July 17, 2014)

Collection: Eastern Africa Series

Page count: 223 pages

Language: English


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