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Obstacles to Economic Progress in Ethiopia’s Red Sea Coast and Gulf of Aden

Alemayehu, Abraham

Titre : Obstacles to Economic Progress in Ethiopia’s Red Sea Coast and Gulf of Aden

Auteur : Alemayehu, Abraham

Université de soutenance  : University of Rhode Island

Grade : Master of Arts in Marine Affairs 1972

Résumé
Ethiopia is a coastal state whose overall economic progress has been and still is being affected by a number of coastal and related obstacles. This paper will attempt to discuss each and every one of these obstacles and other relevant aspects in order to justify as much as possible Ethiopia’s lack of progress in economic development. By no means these are not the only obstacles responsible for affecting the country’s entire economic progress. The obstacles that I would like to present here are only those which are more or less directly related to maritime, geographical and geopolitical problems on the coastal area, the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, plus Ethiopia’s religious difference with the littoral states.

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