Hillary Clinton makes a stop in Jakarta, Indonesia

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

As she continues her inaugural trip across Asia, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be in Indonesia today. As the Obama administration makes a push to strengthen relations with Southeast Asia, what will the Secretary of State be hearing from her Indonesian hosts? To answer that question we turn to Iwan Aziz, professor of economics and regional science at Cornell Business School.


Iwan Aziz

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Daljit Dhaliwal

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