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History of the Department of State During the Clinton Presidency (1993-2001)   
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Appendix 4: Clinton Appointments (1993-2000), Personal Rank of Ambassador

(accorded for special mission not to exceed six months in duration)

November 21, 2000: Thomas A. Shannon, Jr., in his capacity as Head of the United States Delegation to the Inter-American Council for Integral Development (CIDI).

September 23, 2000: David Ralph Andrews, in his capacity as Special Negotiator for U.S./Iran Claims.

January 13, 2000: Gail S. Schoettler, in her capacity as Head of the U.S. Delegation to the 2000 World Radio Conference of the International Telecommunication Union.

October 13, 1998: Tony Coelho, in his capacity as the U.S. Commissioner General to the 1998 World Exposition in Lisbon, Portugal.

October 7, 1998: Ralph B. Everett, in his capacity as Chair of the U.S. Delegation to the 1998 Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union.

July 20, 1998: Ronald D. Godard, in his capacity as Special Representative to the Inter-American Council for Integral Development at the General Assembly of the Organization of American States.

November 17, 1997: Sam Brown, in his capacity as Head of Delegation to the 1997 OSCE Ministerial Preparatory Conferences.

October 23, 1997: John Bryant, in his capacity as Head of U.S. Delegation to the 1997 World Radio Conference of the International Telecommunications Union.

November 21, 1996: David N. Greenlee, in his capacity as U.S. Representative to the Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group.

July 26, 1996: Jacques Paul Klein, in his capacity as United Nations Transitional Administrator for Eastern Slavonia.

November 4, 1995: Brian Frederick Fontes, in his capacity as Chair of the U.S. Delegation to the 1995 Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunications Union.

November 2, 1995: Philip Bates Taylor III, in his capacity as Head of the U.S. Delegation to the Inter-American Council for Education, Science and Culture (CIECC) and the Inter-American Economic and Social Council (CIES).

July 28, 1995: Michael J. Matheson, in his capacity as Special Negotiator for the Negotiation of the Landmines Protocol to the Convention on Conventional Weapons.

July 27, 1995: James H. Pipkin, Jr. , in his capacity as Special Negotiator for the U.S.-Canada Pacific Salmon Treaty.

September 6, 1994: Jeffrey H. Smulyan, in his capacity as Chair of the United States Delegation to the 1994 Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunications Union.

July 31, 1994: John Rogers Galvin, in his capacity as Special Representative to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

December 21, 1993: Sara Horsey-Barr, in her capacity as U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States.

August 4, 1993: Terence R. McAuliffe, in his capacity as U.S. Commissioner General to the Taejon International Exposition 1993 (Seoul, Korea).

June 30, 1993: Robert Rosalino Gosende, in his capacity as Special Envoy for Somalia.

 


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