From resistance to governance: Eritrea’s trouble with transition

Review of African Political Economy (Sept. 2011)
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Less than a decade after independence, the Eritrea's government shut down the press, jailed its critics, and turned the country into a political prison. This article situates this reversal within the transition from colony to independent state, explores its specific characteristics, and considers prospects for a more democratic outcome.

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