Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection

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  • Dayton Accords: Diplomacy Ends a War

    By 1995, the Bosnian War had already claimed 200,000 lives and displaced 2 million others. On November 1, 1995, American diplomats brought the presidents of Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbia to the negotiating table to end the war. These negotiations took place at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside of Dayton, Ohio. The agreement that came out of these discussions would be known as the Dayton Accords. Discover the history of the Dayton Accords in this online exhibit.

  • Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection

    Throughout her tenure as Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright used the power of jewelry to convey messages about foreign policy. In this online exhibit, you can explore the pins she wore and how she used them to communicate diplomatic messages.

  • Diplomacy Is Our Mission

    Discover how our nation’s diplomats protect the American people and advance security, prosperity, democracy, and development to benefit our country. This preview exhibit tells the often surprising story of how diplomacy has shaped our nation. 

Learn About the Future Museum Exhibition Halls

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Hall 1: Discover Diplomacy

Introduce yourself to the principles, people, places, and issues that are crucial to the work of diplomacy.

Hall 2: The History of American Diplomacy

Explore over 200 years of diplomatic history through engaging objects and stories.

Hall 3: The Art of Diplomacy

Experience first-hand what it takes to become a diplomat and practice diplomacy.

Hall 4: The Founding Ambassadors’ Concourse

Participate in events, educational programs, and more in this flexible event space.

Learn About the Future Museum Exhibition Halls

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Current In-Person Exhibits

The museum currently has three exhibits on display in our pavilion at the 21st Street entrance of the Harry S Truman Building. These exhibits are Diplomacy is Our Mission, Spotlight on Diplomacy: Camp David Accords, and The “Signature Segment” of the Berlin Wall.

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Stories of Diplomacy

What is it like to be in the Foreign Service? Who are the people behind the work of diplomacy? Explore the stories of diplomats, influential civilians, key diplomatic moments, treaties, and more.