Clinton’s Schedule: Lots of India

There’s lots of India on Secretary Clinton’s plate today: 9:15 a.m.: Secretary Clinton meets with the assistant secretaries of the regional bureaus. 10 a.m.: Clinton opens the plenary session of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue with Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna. (In the photo above, the two shake hands in New Delhi on July 20, 2009.) ...

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There's lots of India on Secretary Clinton's plate today:

9:15 a.m.: Secretary Clinton meets with the assistant secretaries of the regional bureaus.

10 a.m.: Clinton opens the plenary session of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue with Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna. (In the photo above, the two shake hands in New Delhi on July 20, 2009.)

There’s lots of India on Secretary Clinton’s plate today:

9:15 a.m.: Secretary Clinton meets with the assistant secretaries of the regional bureaus.

10 a.m.: Clinton opens the plenary session of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue with Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna. (In the photo above, the two shake hands in New Delhi on July 20, 2009.)

11:30 a.m.: Clinton holds a bilateral meeting with Krishna.

12:00 p.m.: Clinton hosts a luncheon for participants of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue.

1:15 p.m.: Clinton and Krishna hold a joint news conference.

5 p.m.: Clinton hosts a reception, at which President Barack Obama will make remarks, honoring the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue.
 

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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