Hillary’s headed south of the border

Secretary Clinton’s official schedule for today: ON FOREIGN TRAVEL Clinton is on a two-day visit to Mexico, where will use her diplomatic skills to discuss free trade and Mexico’s drug violence. (To read about how the violence might be affecting some people’s travel plans, check out the recent FP photo essay: Spring Break Gone Wrong?) ...

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Secretary Clinton's official schedule for today:

ON FOREIGN TRAVEL

Clinton is on a two-day visit to Mexico, where will use her diplomatic skills to discuss free trade and Mexico's drug violence. (To read about how the violence might be affecting some people's travel plans, check out the recent FP photo essay: Spring Break Gone Wrong?)

Secretary Clinton’s official schedule for today:

ON FOREIGN TRAVEL

Clinton is on a two-day visit to Mexico, where will use her diplomatic skills to discuss free trade and Mexico’s drug violence. (To read about how the violence might be affecting some people’s travel plans, check out the recent FP photo essay: Spring Break Gone Wrong?)

I searched Getty for a Mexico-related Hillary image, and of the very few I could find, the one below stood out. I’m sure there’ll be a ton of new images over the next two days, and I’ll post the best ones.

Clintons with Zedillos, Oct. 10, 1995

Clintons with Zedillos, Oct. 10, 1995

U.S. President Bill Clinton walks with Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, followed by first ladies Hillary Clinton and Nilda Patricia Zedillo, to greet guests during a state dinner at the White House on Oct. 11, 1995, in Washington.

Photo: JOYCE NALTCHAYAN/AFP/Getty Images

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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