Clinton: Obama approach to foreign policy is working

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
September 8, 2010 18:38

 
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WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton asserted Wednesday that the Obama administration's approach to foreign policy is beginning to pay important dividends.

"We are advancing America's interests and making progress on some of our most pressing challenges," she said in remarks prepared for a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations. "Today we can say with confidence that this model of American leadership works, and that it offers our best hope in a dangerous world."

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