SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham
Clinton's stop in South Korea today is happening amid renewed war
rhetoric from North Korea.
Pyongyang, which is believed to be almost ready to test a
long-range ballistic missile, says its troops are "fully ready"
for war with South Korea.
Analysts say North Korea is trying to win President Barack
Obama's attention at a time when nuclear negotiations are
In Indonesia today, Clinton relentlessly hammered home the
message that America is under new management and ready to listen
and engage the world.
During an appearance on a popular youth show, she also made
clear that Washington wants to address Muslim concerns about U.S.
Clinton is on her first overseas trip for the administration.
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