Clinton Urges China to Resolve Sea DisputeU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Beijing as part of a regional tour aimed partly at urging China and its neighbors to agree on a system for resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Behind the Obama-Clinton alliance, a shared experienceI find it endlessly amusing to watch Republicans all but swoon these days when they hear the names of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as if to say "now THOSE are Democrats we could work with… if only we had ...
Clinton to Push South China Sea Issue in Beijing TalksU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Beijing on the third stop of a regional tour aimed partly at urging China and its neighbors to agree on a system for resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
In the LoopThere's Hillary Clinton, gracing the cover of this month's Conde Nast Traveler, looking ever the glamorous jet-setter in a tweed pantsuit, arms crossed, standing in front of the exotic-looking Humayan's Tomb in New Delhi.
Barack, Hillary and the Philadelphia labor movementHe earned that reputation by his early backing of President Bill Clinton. McEntee supported Hillary Clinton over Obama and wanted his union to line up 100 percent behind her.
Clinton Meets ASEAN Leaders About South China SeaJAKARTA - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met in Indonesia Tuesday with the secretary general of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to discuss rival territorial claims to the South China Sea.
Clinton Seeks Unity From Asean to Ease Disputes With ChinaUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa (not pictured) during their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional forum at the Peace Palace in ...
Clinton urges Asean unity over South China Sea rowsUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged South East Asian nations to work together to resolve territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Hillary Clinton: Flies (and Aircraft) Will Fly in No-Fly ZoneU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu indicated in an August meeting with reporters that they were exploring the possible imposition of a no-fly zone over Syria.
How to Tell If You're an American Spy in Russia: Ask Hillary Clinton
Clinton Facing Deadline on Terrorist Designation for HaqqaniRAROTONGA, Cook Islands - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing a Congressional deadline for deciding whether the Pakistani Haqqani network meets the definition of a terrorist organization.
Clinton seeks unified Asean front at seaJAKARTA -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Southeast Asian nations and China to use diplomacy rather than force to settle maritime territorial disputes in a region rich in oil and gas, warning against missteps that might result in armed conflict.
Clinton condemns Pakistan attack4 (UPI) -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned the suicide car bomb attack targeting a U.S. consulate vehicle in Peshawar, Pakistan, calling it a "cowardly act.
Chinas Troubled Waters: Hillary Clinton Visits BeijingClinton's current 11-day trip through the Asia-Pacific region has highlighted a series of regional frictions, ranging from the age-old territorial disputes in the South China Sea and East China Sea, to a newly emerging battle for hearts and minds in ...
Clinton Condemns Attack on US Personnel in PakistanJAKARTA, Indonesia - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is condemning the attack on U.S. consulate personnel in Pakistan, deploring what she called a "cowardly act of suicide bombing and terrorism.
Clinton Urges ASEAN, China to Agree on Maritime Conduct CodeU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has begun a visit to Indonesia by urging the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China to agree on a code of conduct for resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Clinton intervenes at Pacific Islands ForumThe 50-strong contingent was headed by Hillary Clinton—the first US secretary of state to attend the forum—and included Navy Admiral Samuel Locklear, head of the US Pacific Command, and Coast Guard Rear Admiral Charles W. Ray.
Clinton heads to China after ASEAN talksUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is headed to Beijing after talks in emerging US ally Indonesia where she voiced hope for progress in managing soaring tensions in the South China Sea.
Clinton Begins Asia TourBEIJING - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to Asia includes a visit to Beijing this week, where she will meet with Chinese leaders and try to tackle a broad range of issues.
Report: Bill Clinton aide voting RomneyTop Bill Clinton confidant Douglas Band has said that he will vote for Republican Mitt Romney, according to a report in The New Yorker, apparently a move to strengthen Hillary Clinton's position in the Democratic Party. In revealing the relationship ...