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Guest Host: Matt McCleskey
Ethiopia recently held its first elections since the death of former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. We explore what was at stake in the contests – and what they reveal about the state of democracy in one of America’s most valuable allies in Africa.
- Tamerat Negara Former Editor, Addis Neger newspaper (Ethiopia)
- Terrence Lyons Associate Professor, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University; Former Senior Advisor, Carter Center Ethiopia Election Observation project
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