Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was scheduled to travel to the Pacific January 11-19, 2010. However, due to the devastating earthquake in Haiti and its severe aftermath, Secretary Clinton announced on January 13 that she would return immediately to Washington, D.C.
While in Hawaii, Secretary Clinton delivered a policy speech on January 12, focused on Asia-Pacific multilateral engagement, and consulted with Pacific Command.
01/13/2010 Press Availability on the Situation in Haiti
01/13/2010 Remarks on The Situation in Haiti
01/12/2010 Tour of U.S. Passport Agency and Meet and Greet with Employees
01/12/2010 Remarks on Regional Architecture in Asia: Principles and Priorities
01/12/2010 Remarks with Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada After Their Meeting
01/12/2010 Remarks on the Earthquake in Haiti
01/07/2010 Assistant Secretary Campbell Briefs on Secretary Clinton's Visit to the Pacific