US needs a new foreign Policy on Ethiopia


Prof. Belay Seyoum March 4, 2021 US-Ethiopian relations return to 1903 when Emperor Menelik II and US consultant Robert Skinner signed a treaty of Commerce and agreed to trade representatives to strengthen relations between the 2 international locations. Since that point, relations between the 2 international locations have been robust besides through the transient Italian occupation (when the consulate was closed) and through the time of the Derg on account of its hyperlinks with worldwide communism and gross human rights abuses. Over the previous few a long time, the US has elevated its financial involvement in Ethiopia and has relied on Ethiopia to assist


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