The State of U.S.- Eritrea Relations

By U.S. State Department, THE United States established diplomatic relations with Eritrea in 1993, following its independence and separation from Ethiopia. The United States supported Eritrea’s independence, but ongoing government detention of political dissidents and others, the closure of the independent press, limits on civil liberties and Eritrea’s failure to accept a proposed U.S. Ambassador […]

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Time for a Thorough Policy Review to Normalize U.S. – Eritrea Relations

US Hostility, Not Eritrean Rigidity, Responsible For Sour Relations By Ministry of Foreign Affairs, United States Diplomat and Former Ambassador to Nigeria and South Africa, Princeton Lyman, recently wrote a piece blaming Eritrea for the lack in progress in relations with the United States. By choosing to remain silent about the many, well-documented wrong-doings of […]

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