Arms for the Horn
U.S. Security Policy in Ethiopia and Somalia, 1953–1991
Jeffrey Lefebvre's book is an impressive piece of scholarship that offers the best analysis to date of US foreign policy toward the Horn of Africa. . . . A wide-ranging analysis of policy debates at three separate levels of the policymaking establishment-the White House, the bureaucracies of the executive branch, and Congress-makes this book unique within the general literature. . . . Definitely a must for scholars and policymakers alike.