A Changing Ethiopia: Lessons from U.S. Diplomatic Engagement

Note: Must listen to US higher officials about Ethiopia

Amid political transition, learning from past bilateral engagement is crucial

Note: this video will be live on June 5, 2019 at 2:00 PM (Eastern Time)

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(United State Institute of Peace) — With more than 100 million people, Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most important and populous countries.  Recent changes in political leadership have heralded widely welcomed political and economic reforms, at home and abroad. Yet amid the positivity, Ethiopia faces notable challenges: many reforms remain transitory, the country’s broader national stability is being tested, and its internal politics disputed. Given the historically strong bilateral relationship with Ethiopia, how the United States responds and supports the transition in Ethiopia will be hugely significant for the country’s future.

During this crucial period of reform and uncertainty in Ethiopia, join the U.S. Institute of Peace to hear from a distinguished panel who will reflect on their experiences as serving diplomats in Ethiopia, and identify what lessons are relevant to engagement with Ethiopia today. Take part in the conversation on Twitter with #AChangingEthiopia.

CENTER: Middle East and Africa Center

DETAILS

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Location:
U.S. Institute of Peace
2301 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, District Of Columbia 20037


Participants

1. Ambassador Johnnie Carsonopening remarks
Senior Advisor to the President, U.S. Institute of Peace
17th United States Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (May 7, 2009 – March 29, 2013)

Ambassador Johnnie Carson

2. Ambassador Marc Baas,
U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, 1992-1994

3. Ambassador David Shinn 
U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, 1996-1999; Adjunct Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

David Shinn

4. Ambassador Aurelia Brazeal 
U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, 2002-2005

Aurelia Erskine Brazeal

5. Ambassador Donald Booth
U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, 2010-2013

Donald E. Booth

6. Susan Stigant 
Director, Africa Program, U.S. Institute of Peace

Susan Stigant

7. Aly Verjeemoderator 
Senior Advisor, Africa Program, U.S. Institute of Peace

Aly Verjee

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