Conversations with Eritrean Political Prisoners
The Red Sea Press, 2005 - 212 pages
In 2001, after a devastating war with Ethiopia, a huge debate erupted within Eritrea regarding government policy. This book revisits that debate through interviews with five critics - top government officials and former liberation movement leaders - shortly before they disappeared into the Eritrean gulag. As these conversations reveal, the speakers knew what was in store for them - arrest and indefinite detention. This book not only opens a critical window into that seminal moment, it also signals the persistent dream of a democratic future yet to be fulfilled.
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