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 Episode 052: Ronald A. Johnson, Early United States-Haitian Diplomacy

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MessageSujet: Episode 052: Ronald A. Johnson, Early United States-Haitian Diplomacy   Jeu 25 Mai 2017 - 15:50

By Liz Covart

Diplomacy in Black and WhiteMuch like the United States, the colonists of Saint Domingue (present-day Haiti) sought their independence from France by fighting a war and waging a revolution. However, unlike the Americans, the Saint Dominguans who fought the war and waged the revolution were predominantly African and Caribbean-born slaves.

Today, we explore the Haitian Revolution and the quest of both the United States and Saint Domingue to establish diplomatic and trade relations with each other. Our guide for this exploration is Ronald A. Johnson, a history professor at Texas State University and author of Diplomacy in Black and White: John Adams, Toussaint Louverture, and Their Atlantic World Alliance.



In this episode we explore the Haitian Revolution and the diplomatic relationship between the United States and Saint Domingue with Ronald A. Johnson, a history professor at Texas State University and the author of Diplomacy in Black and White: John Adams, Toussaint Louverture, and Their Atlantic World Alliance.

During our exploration, Ron reveals: Details about the Atlantic World during the 1790s and the place of the United States and Saint Domingue in that world; Why the United States and Saint Domingue wanted to forge diplomatic ties with each other; And, what relations between the United States and Saint Domingue looked like.


What You’ll Discover

Ron’s experiences as a United States foreign service officer in Luxembourg and Gabon
How being a foreign service officer influenced Ron’s research and writing of Diplomacy in Black and White
The role food plays in diplomacy
Details about the Atlantic World in 1797
The world stature of the United States and Saint Domingue in 1797
The Haitian Revolution
Why the slaves in Haiti were able to stage a successful revolution
American reaction to the slave rebellion in Saint Domingue
Why the United States wanted to forge diplomatic ties with Saint Domingue
The Quasi-War between the United States and France
Why the people of Saint Domingue wanted to establish a diplomatic relationship with the United States
Whether the people of Saint Domingue saw contradiction in fighting to end slavery while forging diplomatic relations with a slave society
How John Adams viewed ties with Saint Domingue
How the United States and Saint Domingue forged diplomatic relations
Debates over the Intercourse Act, a trade agreement between the United States and Saint Domingue
The legacy of United States-Saint Domingue relations


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