he Tigray and Eritrean Peoples Liberation Fronts: A History of Tensions and Pragmatismin modern African politics and society. Its main emphasis is on current issues in African politics, economies, societies and international relations. It is intended not only for students and academic specialists, but also for general readers and practitioners with a concern for modern Africa, living and working both inside and outside the continent. Editorial policy avoids commitment to any political viewpoint or ideology, but aims at a fair examination of controversial issues in order to promote a deeper understanding of what is happening in Africa today. The journal also includes an invaluable book review section. Instructions for Contributors at Cambridge Journals Online
Tigrayans are a Semitic language-speaking ethnic group found in Eritrea and Tigray Region in Northern Ethiopia. They speak the Tigrinya language. In Ethiopia there are about 4.5 million Tigrayans, according to the 2007 census, most of them in the Tigray Region. Over 90% of Tigrayans are Christians.