Clinton concludes Mideast trip

Yesterday, Secretary Clinton concluded her trip overseas for Mideast peace talks. She ended with a stop in Amman, Jordon, where she had lunch with King Abdullah II and held a news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh. You might have noticed that I didn’t blog very much during Clinton’s important trip. I’ve been extremely ...

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Yesterday, Secretary Clinton concluded her trip overseas for Mideast peace talks. She ended with a stop in Amman, Jordon, where she had lunch with King Abdullah II and held a news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh.

You might have noticed that I didn't blog very much during Clinton's important trip. I've been extremely busy working on the next print issue of Foreign Policy, so unfortunately I haven't had the time to blog about the trip. I'll also be very busy with the print issue next week, during the U.N. General Assembly, so once again expect posting to be light. I wish I didn't have to be a little AWOL from the blog while Clinton is doing important things, but that's how it goes.

Yesterday, Secretary Clinton concluded her trip overseas for Mideast peace talks. She ended with a stop in Amman, Jordon, where she had lunch with King Abdullah II and held a news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh.

You might have noticed that I didn’t blog very much during Clinton’s important trip. I’ve been extremely busy working on the next print issue of Foreign Policy, so unfortunately I haven’t had the time to blog about the trip. I’ll also be very busy with the print issue next week, during the U.N. General Assembly, so once again expect posting to be light. I wish I didn’t have to be a little AWOL from the blog while Clinton is doing important things, but that’s how it goes.

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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