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2010



-12/09/10  Ambassador-designate to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Submitted to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations ; Washington, DC
-11/03/10  Remarks at the Pratt & Whitney Trade Event;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Subang Airport; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
-10/30/10  Intervention at the East Asia Summit;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Hanoi, Vietnam
-10/30/10  Interview With With Tran Thi Huong Thuy of VTV;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Hanoi, Vietnam
-10/30/10  Remarks With Vietnamese Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Remarks following signing ceremonies; Hanoi, Vietnam
-10/28/10  America's Engagement in the Asia-Pacific;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Kahala Hotel; Honolulu, HI
-10/18/10  Launch of Human Rights Resource Center for ASEAN; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-08/27/10  U.S. Representation at ASEAN Trade Conference in Da Nang (Taken Question); Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-07/26/10  U.S. Secretary Clinton Signs the Third Protocol of the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia ; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-07/22/10  Remarks at the ASEAN-U.S. Ministerial Meeting;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; National Convention Center; Hanoi, Vietnam
-07/22/10  Secretary Clinton's Video Message to ASEAN Youth; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-07/15/10  Briefing on Secretary Clinton's Upcoming Travel;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC
-03/10/10  Press Availability in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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