A social scientist with a long-time professional interest in political developments in Africa, Professor Markakis has conducted extensive research in the Horn of Africa, the outcome of which is visible in several published books and academic articles. His books include Ethiopia: Anatomy of a Traditional Polity, Class and Revolution in Ethiopia, Ethiopia: The Last Two Frontiers, National and Class Struggles in the Horn of Africa (1987), Resource Conflict in the Horn of Africa. He is editor and contributor to Conflict and the Decline of Pastoralism in the Horn of Africa (1993), Ethnicity and Conflict in the Horn of Africa (1994) and Ethnicity and the State in Eastern Africa (1998).

 

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  • Conflict and resource issues in the Horn of Africa