Sitemap 3: Eritrea Walks the Rough Way to Settlement!
Eritrea now makes strong presence on the Horn of Africa's Political Blog as a site map that consists of many sections in this network.
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I built this page to help you get to important pages on this country through those sitemaps and sections. However, only some few links about this country start this sitemap below the following introduction.
You have two choices here. You may either skip this introduction and go direct to the links, the sitemaps and the sections at the middle of this page, or read it for more information.
Erithrea is the primary site map 3 in HOA network, which includes until this moment 27 sitemaps, more than 14 of them are primary site maps and more than 13 of them are secondary site maps, readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter and visitors to the website have built in this network.
This new country, which has gained its independence after a long liberation war from Ethiopia in 1991 and legalized that independence by the referendum of 1993, wasn’t actually a new country. The land has taken its name from the Greek name that has given to the Red Sea, before even the presence of Ethiopia as a country.
The Italian understood during the colonization period in the country the fact of the solid grounds that comprise the population and enhanced the feelings of the nationals about their specific identity as a different nation, not a region in Ethiopia.
Therefore, they legalized the name the Greek has given to the Red Sea to create the new state. However, that does not necessarily mean there are big differences between the people in the two countries. Many points in this regard are in my book, "The Political Tragedy of the Horn of Africa".
You can continue these lines on some other relevant pages below. You can also complete reading the primary site map 3, to see more relevant pages to this topic and to go direct to other pages through the primary and secondary site maps on this page.
See Erithrean headlines below the index of the Eritrean primary site maps on the next paragraph.Eritrean Primary Site Maps
The Eritrean Forums Online you see in the primary site map 3 C, could stretch to Eritrean Economical Forums and Eritrean Cultural Forums. Those forums are serious forums for well oriented Eritrean political, economical and cultural topics. The HOAs Cultural Project
here starts the Eritrean Cultural Forums online. So, make sure to use that page for this purpose.The First Eritrean Pages on HOA:
_ Erithrea and NGOs: All the matter is about independency, so this is why Erithrea treats the NGOs that way. They want to be self-independent and they have rights to do so, unless something goes wrong. In addition, some of the NGOs have not considered or even recognized the Eritrean people during the independence war.
_ Eritrea Country Profile: This is Erithrea Country Profile, Eritra overview, facts book, geographical atmosphere, population, economy, legal systems, people's activities, political structure and legislations.
_ Eritrea's Political Problems: The religious military dictatorial regime of Sudan played the principle roles in escalating some of the country's political problems since 1991. There are difficult challenges along the way far from interior conflicts and external conspiracies.
_ Eritrea Political Scene: This new country has gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1991 after a long revolutionary liberation struggle. It legalized that independence by the referendum of 1993.
However, the revolutionary spirit has swept away and left interior disorder that resulted in turn in many nationals even from the main ruling liberation front either in prison or fleeing the country to seek refuge again.
_ Eritrean Refugees: Extensive detention, torture of citizens and prolonged military conscription prompted increasing numbers of Eritrean to flee the country, human rights watch says.
_ Ethio-Eritrean Wars: The last wars are results of the insanity! The last wars deepen the sadness and create human borders between two nice people. Are they leadership elites' wars?
_ Pushkin in Eritrea: Pushkin's grandfather was Eritrawe. Eritra celebrates the birthday of the Russian poet and organizes continuous activities in a cultural center for him.
_ Red Sea Paradise: or the Red Sea State, Eritra was a real paradise that time; and I thought I have opened the escape gateway to other Sudanese who fled their homeland to Eritrea after the coup of the National Islamic Front (NIF) in 1989.
Readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter and visitors to this network have built many pages about this country. You can reach those pages through the sitemaps here.The 14 Primary Site Maps on HOA Political Scene:Additional Newsletter's Site MapsThe 13 Secondary Sitemaps Readers and Visitors have Built on HOA Political Scene:Here are Some More Activities to Do:
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