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Ethiopia: What Does Peace Look Like?

January 10, 2022 | 10:00 am to 11:00 am | Africa Program

About the Event

Ethiopia. What does peace look like? What does continued fighting look like? Two former ambassadors to Ethiopia, Aurelia Brazeal and David Shinn, and New York Times senior Africa correspondent Declan Walsh join Africa Program chair Charles A. Ray to discuss the current state of the crisis.


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Amb. Aurelia Brazeal

Amb. Aurelia Brazeal - Ambassador Aurelia (Rea) Brazeal retired from the U.S. Foreign Service in 2008, with the rank of Career Minister, after a distinguished 40-year career. 

Amb. David Shinn

Amb. David Shinn - David Shinn has been teaching in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University since 2001.

Declan Walsh

Declan Walsh - Declan Walsh is the Chief Africa correspondent at The New York Times. He was previously based in Egypt, covering the Middle East, and in Pakistan. He previously worked at the Guardian and is the author of The Nine Lives of Pakistan.

Charles A. Ray

Charles A. Ray - Charles A. Ray, a member of the Board of Trustees and Chair of the Africa Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, served as US Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Republic of Zimbabwe.