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A F R I C A 21. Ibid. 22. Ibid, p.11 23. Patrick Gilkes and Martin Plaut, “The War Between Ethiopia and Eritrea”, Foreign Policy in Focus, vol.5, no. 25, August 2000, p.1 24. Ibid, p. 202 25. Self determination leading to secession has been adopted in the 1995 constitution of Ethiopia. It first appeared in a 1969 publication of Ethiopian Student Movement coined by Wallelign Mekonen and is the current political debate in Ethiopia. See for more details on this, Sandra Fullerton Joireman, “Opposition politics in Ethiopia: We will all go down together”, Journal of Modern African Studies, vol.35, Issue 3, September 1997, p.389 26. Sandra, p.397 27. Medhane, T., The Eritrean-Ethiopian war: Retrospect and Prospects, Addis Ababa, Mega Printing Press, 1998, p.99 28. Ibid 29. See Saleh A.A. Younis, The Eritrean-Ethiopian Conflict or How Ethiopia Blinded Susan Rice, (Walnut Creek, Silicon Valley Community College Press, 1999), p.6 30. Ibid, p.205 31. Tekeste Negash and Kjetil Tronvol, Brothers at War:

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