Herman Cohen

Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs

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Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs during the first Bush Administration; Professor of African Studies at Johns Hopkins University

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Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

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Fighting continues in Somalia, after Ethiopian troops attacked Islamist forces there.  While Ethiopia wants to see the moderate transitional government of Somalia back in power, old…

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