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Secretary Clinton Speaks about Regional Architecture in Asia

Jan. 13 - In Honolulu, Hawaii on Jan. 12, Secretary of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said in her remarks on regional architecture in Asia that the United States is "working to deepen our historic ties, build new partnerships, work with existing multilateral organizations to pursue shared interests, and reach beyond governments to engage directly with people in every corner of this vast region." Saying that "America's future is linked to the future of the Asia-Pacific region; and the future of this region depends on America," she emphasized, "The United States has a strong interest in continuing its tradition of economic and strategic leadership, and Asia has a strong interest in the United States remaining a dynamic economic partner and a stabilizing military influence."