Tags from Secretary Christopher’s Travels
United States c. 1995
As U.S. Secretary of State, Warren Chistopher (1993-1997) traveled extensively in order to advance foreign policy goals. All of those who have served as the Secretary in recent decades have done the same. These tags represent some of those trips. They include one (top, center) from his trip to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, for what would become known as the Dayton peace talks and led to the Dayton Accords, which in 1995 ended three years of war in central Europe that had claimed over 200,000 lives and forced 2 million from their homes. Most of the others represent his frequent trips abroad, from a multi-country trip to Africa to a trip to Mexico City, Mexico for a meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission, a unique forum established to allow for regular exchanges on a wide range of issues critical to U.S.-Mexico relations.
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