Nearly 60 years ago, Uganda gained independence and established diplomatic ties with the United States. Since then, Uganda has built outsized influence in East and Central Africa despite its relatively small size and is today one of the most consequential countries in an important and volatile region.

Uganda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. General Abubaker Jeje Odongo joins Heritage’s Joshua Meservey to discuss some of Africa’s thorniest challenges and why they require continued American engagement.


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