Economic woes at heart of East Africa's conflicts

12/16/2008 |

Until East Africa's economic difficulties are addressed, efforts to end conflict in the region will fail, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Herman J. Cohen writes in The New York Times. The incoming U.S. administration, Cohen argues, should move to negotiate a common market in the region to undercut the violence and help the affected countries efficiently use natural resources for economic benefit.

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