Stuart Loory, Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies, Missouri School of Journalism: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is winding up an 11-day, seven-nation visit to Africa, during which she competed with news involving her husband President Bill Clinton’s trip to North Korea to free two North American journalists. One of Hillary Clinton’s themes was doing away with corruption, another was installing democratic processes and a third was human rights for women and minorities. Finally, she talked of doing away with hunger and poverty in Africa. She began her official visit in Kenya, where she had a tough message about doing away with corruption and about operating without impunity.
Clinton perceived well in trip to Africa
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