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John W. Harbeson • 12 Items / 5 Books, 4 Articles, 3 Reviews
The Ethiopian Transformation (1988)
The Quest for the Post-Imperial State
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    International Relations (3 Reviews)
    Transformation and Continuity in Revolutionary Ethiopia, by Christopher Clapham
    1. Transformation and Continuity in Revolutionary Ethiopia by Christopher Clapham
    2. The Ethiopian Transformation by John W. Harbeson
    3. Revolutionary Ethiopia by Edmond J. Keller
    American Political Science Review, March 1990, p. 354
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    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Africa's Development Challenges and the World Bank by Stephen K. Commins
    2. Inequality in Africa by E. Wayne Nafziger
    3. Uganda Now by Holger Bernt Hansen and Michael Twaddle
    4. Journey Continued by Alan Paton
    5. Not Either an Experimental Doll by Shula Marks
    6. The Ethiopian Transformation by John W. Harbeson
    7. The Green and the Black by Rene Lemarchand
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1989, pp. 207-208
  3. Review Articles
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    The People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (9 Reviews)
    Masking and Unmasking the Tragedy
    1. Transformation and Continuity in Revolutionary Ethiopia by Christopher Clapham
    2. Red Tears by Dawit Wolde Giorgis
    3. The Ethiopian Transformation by John W. Harbeson
    4. Ethiopia: Crisis of a Marxist Economy by Paul B. Henze
    5. Revolutionary Ethiopia by Edmond J. Keller
    6. National and Class Conflict in the Horn of Africa by John Markakis
    7. Flight and Integration by Mokuria Bulcha
    8. Ethiopia by Mulatu Wubneh and Yohannis Abate
    9. Eritrea by Roy Pateman
    World Politics, July 1991, pp. 570-586
  4. Books
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    Marxist Disaster and Cultural Survival in Ethiopia (26 Reviews)
    The Rural-Urban Dichotomy in the Developing World, by Jonathan Baker
    1. The Rural-Urban Dichotomy in the Developing World by Jonathan Baker
    2. Eritrea and the United Nations and Other Essays by Bereket Habte Selassie
    3. Transformation and Continuity in Revolutionary Ethiopia by Christopher Clapham
    4. Resettlement and Rehabilitation by John Clarke
    5. Politics and the Ethiopian Famine, 1984-1985 by Jason W. Clay and Bonnie K. Holcomb
    6. The Spoils of Famine by Jason W. Clay, Sandra Steingraber, and Peter Niggli, ...
    7. Integrated Rural Development by John M. Cohen
    8. Red Tears by Dawit Wolde Giorgis
    9. Agrarian Reform in Ethiopia by Dessalegn Rahmato
    10. The Southern Marches of Imperial Ethiopia by Donald L. Donham and Wendy James
    11. Coping with Drought in Kenya by Thomas E. Downing, Kangethe W. Gitu, and Crispin M. Kamau, ...
    12. Ethiopia and the Challenge of Independence by Haggai Erlich
    13. The Struggle Over Eritrea, 1962-1978 by Haggai Erlich
    14. The Ethiopian Transformation by John W. Harbeson
    15. Peasants and Nationalism in Eritrea by Jordan Gebre-Medhin
    16. Surrender or Starve by Robert D. Kaplan
    17. Ethiopia, the United States, and the Soviet Union by David A. Korn
    18. The Mission, the Life, Reign, and Character of Haile Sellassie I by Hans Wilhelm Lockot
    19. From Poverty to Famine in Northeast Ethiopia by James McCann
    20. Haile Sellassie I by Harold G. Marcus
    21. National and Class Conflict in the Horn of Africa by John Markakis
    22. Rural Vulnerability to Famine in Ethiopia, 1958-1977 by Mesfin Wolde Mariam
    23. Ethiopia by Mulatu Wubneh and Yohannis Abate
    24. Peasants, Land, and Society by Siegfried Pausewang
    25. The Challenges of Drought
    26. Eritrea by Testfatsion Medhanie
    Problems of Communism, November 1990, pp. 66-80