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Title: Somalia and the Decline of American Interest in Ethiopia, 1963-1969
Authors: Marcus, Harold G.
Book Authors: Thomas Labahn (ed.)
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Archaeology and history::contemporary
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Arkiyooloji iyo taariikh::waqtiga la jooga
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA::Contemporanea
Keywords: history
United States of America
Horn of Africa
Ethiopia
international relations
taariikh
Mareykan
Geeska Afrika
Itoobiya
xiriirka caalamiga
storia
Stati Uniti d'America
Corno d'Africa
Etiopia
relazioni internazionali
Issue Date: 1984
Publisher: Helmut Buske Verlag
Type: bookPart
Journal: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Somali Studies. Vol. II: Archaeology and History
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali : http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php
Pages: 279-289
Abstract: The article aims at exploring the reasons behind United States gradual withdrawal from Ethiopia in 1963-1969 and its geopolitical realignment.
Maqaalku wuxuu baarayaa sababaha keenay in Maraykanku uu aayar aayar dib uga gurto Itoobiya sannadihii u dhaxeeyay 1963-1969 iyo lasafashadiisa siyaasad-goboleedka.
L'articolo si propone di esplorare le ragioni dietro il graduale ritiro degli Stati Uniti dall'Etiopia nel periodo 1963-1969 e il suo riallineamento geopolitico.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/2900
ISBN: 3-87118-692-9
Language: en
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