Secretary of State James Baker Reflects on Bush and Our Times

James Baker, Secretary of State under George H.W. Bush, remembers President Bush and puts today’s foreign policy events in perspective as he receives the Walter and Lenore Annenberg Award for Excellence in Diplomacy. “A golden age for humanity,” he calls our times, and recalls a day when “we all sang from the same hymnal, which meant that our allies and our adversaries clearly understood U.S. policy and could not twist differences to their advantage.”

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