Clinton off to Asia for a week

Clinton is out of the country until next week. She departed today for a weeklong visit to Asia.  Her itinerary follows. (Meanwhile, I’ll be busy finishing up FP‘s July/August issue for the next couple of weeks, so posting will be light.) May 20: Departing Washington. May 21: In Tokyo to discuss regional and global issues. ...

PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/AFP/Getty Images
PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/AFP/Getty Images
PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/AFP/Getty Images

Clinton is out of the country until next week. She departed today for a weeklong visit to Asia.  Her itinerary follows. (Meanwhile, I'll be busy finishing up FP's July/August issue for the next couple of weeks, so posting will be light.)

May 20: Departing Washington.

May 21: In Tokyo to discuss regional and global issues.

Clinton is out of the country until next week. She departed today for a weeklong visit to Asia.  Her itinerary follows. (Meanwhile, I’ll be busy finishing up FP‘s July/August issue for the next couple of weeks, so posting will be light.)

May 20: Departing Washington.

May 21: In Tokyo to discuss regional and global issues.

May 21-23: In Shanghai to visit Expo 2010 and attend a dinner to honor the USA Pavilion sponsors and others involved with creating it. On May 23, Clinton will attend a commercial diplomacy event to promote U.S. market access and job creation.

May 23-26: In Beijing, Clinton and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will meet with Chinese officials for a meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

May 26: In South Korea, Clinton will meet with government officials to discuss regional stability and other topics. Later in the day, she’ll fly back to Washington.

(In the photo above, Clinton boards a plane on March 1, 2010.)

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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