This vital intervention, written by way of students operating on the innovative of diaspora and clash, demanding situations the traditional knowledge that diaspora are all too usually warmongers, their time in a foreign country inflicting them to turn into extra militant of their engagement with neighborhood affairs. quite, they could and may be a strength for strong in bringing peace to their domestic countries.
Featuring in-depth case experiences from the Horn of Africa - together with Somalia and Ethiopia - this quantity offers a vital re-thinking of a key factor in African politics and development.
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