U.S. Diplomatic Ties To Ethiopia

U.S. Diplomatic Ties To Ethiopia

In the Horn of Africa, solid U.S.-Ethiopia relations have been one constant in a region often beset by turmoil. We talk with current and former U.S. ambassadors to Ethiopia about the deep ties to the U.S., and where the two countries sometimes agree to disagree.

In the Horn of Africa, solid U.S.-Ethiopia relations have been one constant in a region often beset by turmoil. The country is typically described as being a solid ally located in a "bad neighborhood." We talk with current and former U.S. ambassadors to Ethiopia about the deep ties to the U.S., and where the two countries sometimes agree to disagree.

Guests

David Shinn

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia; Co-Editor of "The Historical Dictionary of Ethiopia"; and Adjunct Professor, Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University

Patricia Haslach

U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia

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