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These separate lists of Presidential Travel Abroad and Secretaries Travel Abroad present basic historical information on all trips taken outside the United States by Presidents and Secretaries of State. Up-to-date information on foreign travel by the …

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Travels of the President

(1 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Travels of the President

(8 days ago) 22 rows · Attended Yalta Conference with Soviet Premier Stalin and British Prime Minister …

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Travels of the President

(8 days ago) 42 rows · Ronald Reagan. Ottawa. State visit; met with Prime Minister Trudeau and addressed …

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Travels of the President

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Travels of the President

(9 days ago) Name Locale Remarks Date; Gerald R. Ford: Helsinki: Attended opening session of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Met with the Heads of State and Government of Finland, Great Britain, Turkey, West Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.

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Travels of the President

(8 days ago) First visit abroad by any President or President-elect. Departed the U.S. November 9; returned to U.S. November 26. November 14–17, 1906. William Howard Taft. Colon, Panama City. Inspected construction of Panama Canal. Met with President Obaldia. [Visit made as President-elect.] January 29–February 7, 1909.

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Hillary Rodham Clinton

(3 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Travels of the President

(8 days ago) Met with Soviet leaders; addressed the International Affairs Committee of the Supreme Soviet. February 7–10, 1990. James Addison Baker. Moscow, Zagorsk, Radonezsh. Attended pre-summit and arms reduction negotiations with senior Soviet officials. Also met with Egyptian President Mubarak and Lithuanian Prime Minister Prunskiene. May 15–19, 1990.

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Travels of the President

(8 days ago) July 9–11, 1989. George H. W. Bush. Warsaw. Met with President Walesa and attended a memorial service for former Prime Minister Paderewski. July 5, 1992. William J. Clinton. Warsaw. Addressed the Polish Parliament and attended ceremonies commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto revolt. July 6–7, 1994.

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Madeleine Korbel Albright

(6 days ago) Country Locale Remarks Date; Italy: Rome: Met with Prime Minister Prodi and Foreign Minister Dini. February 16, 1997: Germany: Bonn: Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister Kinkel.

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George H.W. Bush

(7 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Theodore Roosevelt

(9 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Warren Minor Christopher

(6 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

(2 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Colin Luther Powell

(1 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Lyndon B. Johnson

(8 days ago) Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. [email protected]gov. Phone: 202-955-0200

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Behind the Iron Curtain

(7 days ago) Sometimes inside Europe, we’d take train travel because it was more effective and quicker than trying to take an airplane, especially when we were providing service to the Iron Curtain countries, which required two couriers to be on a trip for security reasons.

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Visits by Foreign Leaders

(7 days ago) Visited Seattle before departing the U.S., September 29. September 26–29, 1994. President Boris N. Yeltsin. Summit meeting with President Clinton at Hyde Park, New York. October 23, 1995. Prime Minister Viktor S. Chernomyrdin. Met with President Clinton and IMF officials; attended meeting of U.S.-Russian Joint Commission on Economic and

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Administrative Timeline of the Department of State

(2 days ago) This implemented the Travel Control Act of May 22, 1918 (40 Stat. 559). August 13, 1918. The Bureau of Citizenship became the Division of Passport Control by Departmental Order 113. Passport Bureaus were established in New York and San Francisco. The same Departmental Order established the Visa Office within the Division of Passport Control.

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Administrative Timeline of the Department of State

(2 days ago) Departmental Order No. 811 declared all outstanding U.S. passports invalid for travel to Europe and required passport applicants to document the need for their foreign travel. September 16, 1939 Secretary of State Cordell Hull appointed Leo Pasvolsky as a Special Assistant in charge of planning for a postwar international organization.

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Milestones: 1921–1936

(1 days ago) The Philippines was a U.S. colony, so its citizens were U.S. nationals and could travel freely to the United States. China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act. Immigration Quotas. The literacy test alone was not enough to prevent most potential immigrants

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Administrative Timeline of the Department of State

(2 days ago) The Office of General Services was organized into five divisions: Supply Management (Property Management and Supply Operations Branches), Facilities (Space Management, Travel and Transportation, Miscellaneous Services, and Reproduction and Distribution Branches), Visual and Technical Services (Project Analysis, Graphics, and …

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Milestones: 1981–1988

(3 days ago) The administration of President Jimmy Carter formally normalized relations with the People’s Republic of China on January 1, 1979, but the perpetually divisive issue of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan remained unresolved. On the one hand, officials in the Carter administration and the incoming administration of President Ronald Reagan, along with

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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1949, The United Nations; …

(1 days ago) Subject: Acceptance by the United States of the United Nations Laissez-Passer as a Valid Travel Document.. Background: Article VII (Section 24) of the General Convention on Privileges and Immunities authorizes the United Nations to issue Laissez-Passer to its officials, and provides that “these laissez-passer shall be recognized and accepted as valid travel documents by the …

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Milestones: 1969–1976

(6 days ago) Nixon signaled his interest in improved relations by easing the travel and trade restrictions against China that dated from the Korean War in the early 1950s. Although the Sino-U.S. Ambassadorial Talks, which began in 1955 and continued intermittently over the years that followed, had reached a hiatus, the two sides agreed to reopen them in 1969.

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Milestones: 1866–1898

(1 days ago) The more groundbreaking articles included measures that promised the Chinese the right to free immigration and travel within the United States, and allowed for the protection of Chinese citizens in the United States in accordance with the most-favored-nation principle.

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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1955–1957, Soviet Union, …

(4 days ago) The travel restrictions on European Soviet Bloc nationals admitted under a broadened admissions policy should conform to NSC 5427, 5 except where specific cases make a specific departure therefrom desirable. 8. Possibility of a Radically Broadened U.S. Admissions Policy.

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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958–1960, Cuba, Volume …

(5 days ago) Another American friend, whose salesmen travel all over the island, reported that assassinations both by rebel and Government forces are occurring every day. This activity, details of which are not publicly known because of the tight censorship, extends to all provinces.

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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961–1963, American …

(8 days ago) history.state.gov 3.0 shell. Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961–1963, American Republics; Cuba 1961–1962; Cuban Missile Crisis and …

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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume XVII, …

(4 days ago) Laird ’s files contain talking points on Sino-American relations that concluded: “It is assumed that United States policy toward Communist China remains unchanged, with the exceptions of the decisions concerning mainland travel of US citizens and limited purchases of goods of mainland Chinese origins.” (Talking Paper for the Assistant

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