This collection consist of photographs related to the Clinton’s visit to Kigali, Rwanda on March 25, 1998. (All events are from March 25, 1998) Events include: President Clinton’s statement to reporters on the tarmac at Entebbe, Uganda regarding a school shooting in Jonesboro, Arkansas; President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton departure from Uganda and travel to Kigali, Rwanda; President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton arrival at Kiglai Airport in Rwanda; Meeting with President Bizimungu of Rwanda at the Rigali Airport; U.S. Delegation discussion with Genocide survivors and future builders at Kigali Airport (Members of the U.S. Delegation include: President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sandy Berger, Rep. Maxine Waters, Rep. Charles Rangel, Susan Rice and others); Remarks honoring Rwandan Genocide Survivors at Kigali Airport; Sculpture Dedication at the Kigali Airport
This Mandatory Declassification Review contains material on the genocide in Rwanda. Included are reports, papers, cables on the military, political, and humanitarian situation in Rwanda and the neighboring countries in 1994.
This Mandatory Declassification Review contains material on genocide in the former Yugoslavia. Material includes Department of State cables on the international response after the Srebrenica massacre, U.N. discussions and reports on Bosnia, and a demarche to a Serbian foreign minister.
This Mandatory Declassification Review contains material on Rwanda from 1993 thru 1995, from the files of Susan Rice, Director for NSC Global Affairs. Included are handwritten notes by Rice during various Rwanda Ad Hoc Group and Peacekeeping Core Group meetings, memos from National Security Advisor Anthony Lake to President Clinton on Rwandan relief operations, emails on Rwandan peacekeeping operations, and various maps, charts, and reports on Rwanda and Burundi.
This Mandatory Declassification Review contains material on genocide in the former Yugoslavia. Material includes an NSC discussion paper from July 1995 regarding a post-U.N. protection force strategy to contain the Balkan conflict.