The book discusses what drove the US to Eritrea after World War II. This is a subject matter very little written about.
It details, the why, the how, the people behind the moves, and what motivated them. It explores what happened at the beginning of the Cold War that started at the end of the European Colonial era in Africa and discusses the role of the US in post-WWII Africa.
It examines the legacy and the impact of US foreign policy after WWII which led to the Cold War. It examines how the Clinton administration reignited and reshaped the US approach after the Cold War and the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. It shows the results, its impact on the US’s global standing, and how it is faring around the globe especially against China today. It unveils US history in Eritrea from various vantage points. And of course, how it impacted the people and the region from a broader perspective.
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