Madeleine Albright, the First Woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State


By Devesh Tyagi

March 24 2022

She has Died Wednesday From cancer at age 84, according to her family members

Albright was nominated for secretary of state by President Bill Clinton  and served in the role  from 1997 to 2001

She was the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations from 1993 to 1997

Albright's career in politics began as a CLA to the late Sen. Edmund Muskie, a Democrat from Maine, from 1976 to 1978

Newly liberated democracies into NATO and confront the horrors of genocide in the Balkans, President Joe Biden said in a statement

When I think of Madeleine I will always remember her fervant faith that America is the indispensable nation

President Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a statement called Albright One of the finest Secretaries of State

An outstanding UN Ambassador, a brilliant proferror, and an extraordinary human being

As a child in war-torn Europe, Madeleine and her family were twice forced to flee their home, the Clintons said

When the end of the Cold War ushered in a new era of global interdependence, she became America's voice at the UN

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Then took the hel, at the State Department, where she was a passionate force for freedom, democracy, and human rights

The clintons commended Albright's commitment to ending ethnic cleansing in Bosnia and Kosovo

Supporting the expansion of NATO into Central Europe fightting the proliferation of nuclear weapons

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