Archive: Clinton in Asia, February 2009
By Glenn Kessler James Rosen of Fox News, one of the reporters traveling with Secretary Clinton, is the master of the off-beat question. He is also a major-league Beatles fan, having collected just about every obscure bit of recording ever produced by the Fab Four. After Clinton appeared on an...
By Lexie Verdon | February 21, 2009; 07:21 AM ET | Comments (5)
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had lots to say at the world's largest university for women on Friday, making the case for greater gender equality and, on a more policy-oriented note, expressing a desire to improve U.S.-North Korea relations if Pyonyang eliminates its nuclear program. But what the adoring audience really wanted to know was: How were you sure Bill was the one for you?
By Washington Post Editor | February 20, 2009; 05:28 AM ET | Comments (3)
As a presidential candidare,ecretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton spent much of the last two years running for president, vying for face time on the nightly news by doling out one-on-one interviews to local and national news outlets as she criss-crossed the country. She is now traveling the world, accompanied by a group of policy-oriented diplomatic correspondents. Therein lie the roots of a potential conflict.
By Washington Post Editor | February 18, 2009; 09:02 AM ET | Comments (0)
By Glenn Kessler TOKYO, Feb. 17--Welcome to a new edition of the "On the Plane," The Washington Post's blog on overseas travel with the chief diplomat of the United States. This is Hillary Rodham Clinton's maiden voyage as secretary of state. If you have been reading the news stories, you...
By Washington Post Editor | February 17, 2009; 09:18 AM ET | Comments (11)