Ethiopia and the United States: History, Diplomacy, and Analysis

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ACRONYMS
ARDUFAfar Revolutionary Democratic Unity Front
ACRIAfrican Crisis Response Initiative
AGOAAfrican Growth and Opportunity Act
AUAfrican Union
AFSAmerican Field Service
AAEJAmerican Association of Ethiopian Jewry
AFEAENAAssoc. Former Ethiopian Airlines Employees in North America
CIACentral Intelligence Agency
CPJCommittee to Protect Journalists
CUDCoalition for Unity and Democracy
DFLSGDemocratic Front for the Liberation of Setit and Gash
DFLSDemocratic Front for the Liberation of Somalia
DoDUS Department of Defense
DVDiversity Visa
EALGEthio-American Lobby Group
EALEthiopian Airlines
EACFEthiopian-American Constituency Foundation
ECAEconomic Commission for Africa
EDUEthiopian Democratic Union
EHRCOEthiopian Human Rights Council
ELFEritrean Liberation Front
EPDAEthiopian Patriotic Democratic Alliance
EPDMEthiopian People’s Democratic Movement
EPLFEritrean People’s Liberation Front
EPMGEthiopian Provisional Military Government
EPRDFEthiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Forces
EPRPEthiopian People’s Revolutionary Party
EWPDEthiopian Women for Peace and Development
EUEuropean Union
HOAHorn of Africa
IANSAInternational Action Network on Small Arms
ILOInternational Labor Union
IMFInternational Monetary Fund
IUCIslamic Union Court
MAAGMilitary Assistance Advisory Group
MDAMagen David Adom
MFNMost Favored Nation
NACEJNorth American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry
NATONorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
NCPNational Congress Party
NDANational Democratic Alliance
NFDNorthern Frontier District
NIFNational Islamic Front
NMRCNational Medical Research Center
NSCNational Security Council
OAUOrganization of African Unity
OALFOromo Abo Liberation Front

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