National strategies for defense and policy in the Horn of Africa
Dr. Tamaro J. Green
2021-03-18 15:53:58 viewed: 400
The international community can support nation building in the Horn of Africa by providing equal and accountable policies, humanitarian aid, and public diplomacy (Bereketeab, 2010; Silvestri, 2019; Tase, 2013). Silvestri (2019) suggest respect for human rights, accountability, stability are part of the nation-building processes that can be implemented to achieve peace in Somali. Tase (2013) suggest a strong defensive military, humanitarian aid, and public diplomacy to counter terrorist organizations in Somalia. Bereketeab (2010) deciphers a complexity of identity, history, state, and narrative components that contribute to conflicts between Eritrea and Ethiopia. Bereketeab (2010) suggests that the international community develop just and equal policies when approaching the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Bereketeab, R. (2010). The complex roots of the second Eritrea- Ethiopia War: Re-examining the causes. African Journal of International Affairs, 13, 15–59.
Silvestri, S. (2019). The forgotten Somalia: A key factor for peace and stability in the Horn of Africa. Epiphany, 12(1).
Tase, P. (2013). Terrorism, war and conflict, an analysis into the Horn of Africa. Academicus - International Scientific Journal, MMXIII(7), 27-35.
Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services. TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology. Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.
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