"Prison of Nations?" An Examination of the Ideological Roots of Contemporary Ethiopia's Nationality Policy
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Modern Ethiopia has a long history of ethnic/nationalist ideology incorporated into its political structure. Being a post-Soviet state, Ethiopia has been influenced by Marxist-Leninist ideas concerning nationalism and national identity as well as the unique history and political conditions of Ethiopia itself. This paper seeks to examine the ideological roots of modern Ethiopia following the 1991 revolution by the EPRDF and the subsequent institution of Ethnic Federalism through the lens of comparative politics.
Moody, Sarah, ""Prison of Nations?" An Examination of the Ideological Roots of Contemporary Ethiopia's Nationality Policy" (2023). Global Honors Theses. 86.
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