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Brookings Report: Battling Terrorism in the Horn of Africa

Editor: Robert I. Rotberg
August 2005


In this timely book, Robert Rotberg and his coauthors provide authoritative insight into the struggle against terrorism in the Horn, analyzing what has been done and what work remains. The contributors—prominent scholars and practitioners, including several current and former U.S. ambassadors—argue that Washington needs to craft a nuanced new policy appropriate to the region and its individual countries. They stress that there is no substitute for greater U.S. involvement in any and all forums.

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