Secretary Clinton delivering speech on America's Engagement in the Asia-Pacific.
Speaking on October 28th, 2010 at the start of an extensive tour of Asia and the Pacific, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that the United States is working to sustain and strengthen its engagement in the region. “There are some who say that this long legacy of American leadership in the Asia-Pacific is coming to a close, that we are not here to stay,” Clinton said. “And I say look at our record. It tells a very different story.”
Clinton’s speech was hosted by the East-West Center in cooperation with Pacific Forum CSIS, the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council, the Japan-America Society of Hawaii, the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee and the University of Hawai‘i.
Secretary of State Clinton’s Honolulu Speech
To Be Streamed Live Online Oct. 28
HONOLULU (Oct. 27, 2010) – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will deliver a major policy speech in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 8:30 a.m. Hawai‘i Standard Time (HST). Attendance at the event is by invitation only, but the speech will be streamed live online at www.EastWestCenter.org. After the speech, a recorded video will remain posted for viewing on that site.
Secretary Clinton is expected to speak on the next steps in the United States’ Asia-Pacific strategy. Her speech comes during the first stop of a two-week trip to Honolulu, Guam, Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand.
The speech is being hosted by the East-West Center, in cooperation with Pacific Forum CSIS, the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council, the Japan-America Society of Hawai‘i, the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee and the University of Hawai‘i.
Source: East-West Center News
Source: East-West Wire
Clinton: ‘America’s future linked to future of Asia Pacific Region’
Secretary of State lays out principles that ‘define America’s engagement and leadership in the region’
HONOLULU (Jan. 14) – In a policy speech delivered Tuesday at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton outlined U.S. goals for multilateral engagement in the region. “America’s future is linked to the future of the Asia Pacific region, and the future of this region depends on America,” Clinton said.
(To view a video of Secretary Clinton’s speech, visit http://www.vimeo.com/8744420. To read the full text of the speech, visit http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2010/01/135090.htm. To view high resolution press images, visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/eastwestcenter/sets/72157623075594361)
The speech came at start of what had been scheduled to be Clinton’s fourth trip to the Asia Pacific region as America’s top diplomat. However, she later postponed the remainder of her trip and returned to Washington due to the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Clinton spoke at the East-West Center in observance of the 50th anniversary year since the Center was founded by Congress to promote better understanding and relations between the peoples and nations of the U.S., Asia and the Pacific.
Source: East-West Center News
HONOLULU (Jan. 10) — On Tuesday, Jan. 12, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will deliver a major policy address on the U.S. vision for Asia-Pacific multilateral engagement at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Although attendance is by invitation only, the speech will be streamed live online at EastWestCenter.org at 2 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time.
Secretary Clinton’s address comes at the start of an eight-day Pacific trip that, in addition to Hawaii, will take her to Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and Australia.
The State Department has said that the East-West Center was chosen as the venue for Secretary Clinton’s policy address in commemoration of the 50th anniversary year of the Center’s founding by Congress to strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States.
- For more information on the Center’s history and 50th year commemorations, visit EastWestCenter.org