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Hillary Clinton visits El Salvador

In fabulous women, foreign policy, Madame Secretary Hillary Clinton on June 1, 2009 at 10:42 pm

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton receives military honors upon arrival at El Salvador International Airport on May 31.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton receives military honors upon arrival at El Salvador International Airport on May 31.

Clinton receives a gift from Salvadoran children in traditional dress upon disembarking from the airplane.

Clinton receives a gift from Salvadoran children in traditional dress upon disembarking from the airplane.

Clinton laughs as she participates in the "Pathways to Prosperity" meeting next to Ruben Morales, Guatemalan vice minister of economy, on May 31.

Clinton laughs as she participates in the "Pathways to Prosperity" meeting next to Ruben Morales, Guatemalan vice minister of economy, on May 31.

Pathways to Prosperity of the Americas.

Pathways to Prosperity of the Americas.

Pathways to Prosperity

Clinton participates in a meeting with members of the Vital Voices Global Partnership at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in San Salvador on May 31.

Clinton participates in a meeting with members of the Vital Voices Global Partnership at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in San Salvador on May 31.

Pic from March 20 2009 Trail Blazer Dinner

Pic from March 20 2009 Trail Blazer Dinner

Hillary and pretty women after 'Global Voices' meeting

Hillary and pretty women after 'Global Voices' meeting

New Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes, left, takes the oath of office before the president of the legislature, Ciro Cruz, right, during his inauguration in San Salvador on June 1, while new first lady Vanda Pignato and former President Elías Antonio Saca, far left, and look on.

New Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes, left, takes the oath of office before the president of the legislature, Ciro Cruz, right, during his inauguration in San Salvador on June 1, while new first lady Vanda Pignato and former President Elías Antonio Saca, far left, and look on.

(ht): photos courtesy of Foreign Policy Journal

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