THE RELATIONS OF NILE BASIN COUNTRIES AFTER INDEPENDENCE


THE RELATIONS OF NILE BASIN COUNTRIES AFTER INDEPENDENCE


Bogale Aligaiz Agalu

Department of History, Injibara, Ethiopia


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The study clarifies the relations of Nile Basin countries after independence. Nile Basin countries are Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Egypt, North and newly independent South Sudan. Members of the region are independent in history; politics, economy and geography but tie by the Nile River. Economy determined by the agriculture supported by Pastoralism and agro-Pastoralism among the member countries. Their political development of the region was biased by the colonization and the cold war. From the time when the end of colonization and the cold war, the Nile basin countries can be attained relations in history, politics, economy and geography through the use of Nile Basin Initiative which played a role to the possibilities for cooperation and smooth relations among Nile basin countries.


Keywords: Nile Basin, Relations, Nile Basin Initiative

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Bogale Aligaiz Agalu. THE RELATIONS OF NILE BASIN COUNTRIES AFTER INDEPENDENCE. International Journal of Archaeological Research, 2020,1:4


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