Jeffrey A. Lefebvre
“Arms for the Horn: U.S. Security Policy in Ethiopia and Somalia, 1953–1991” is a book about Great Power Competition or how the Cold War played out in the Horn, particularly from an American Foreign Policy perspective.
This is a superb case study by the late Professor Jeffrey A. Lefebvre, one inculcated in the history of the Cold War, the Horn of Africa, and the wider political history of the Middle East.
ARMS FOR THE HORN:
U.S. Security Policy In Ethiopia And Somalia
Jeffrey A. Lefebvre
Pitt Series in Policy and Institutional Studies
University of Pittsburgh Press
Associate Professor of Political Science
Fulbright Specialist Program (2012-2017)
Ph. D. Political Science, University of Connecticut (1986)
M.A. Political Science, University of Connecticut (1980)
B.A. Political Science, Shippensburg State College (1977)
Research Interests: U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and the Horn of Africa; international politics of the Middle East and the Horn of Africa; Geopolitical economy of the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
Professor Lefebvre is resubmitting, after revisions, an article on “The Formation and Disintegration of Israel’s Alliance of the Periphery” to The Middle East Journal and completing another journal-length manuscript “Framing Washington’s Post-9/11 Security Policy in the Horn.” A book-length manuscript also is in progress tentatively entitled Creeping Hegemony: Strategic Disruption, the Balance of Risk, and the Transformation of U.S. Security Policy in the Persian Gulf.
This book is worth a purchase, so you can buy it from Amazon
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press; 1st edition (January 15, 1992)
Paperback: 360 pages
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