Secretary Clinton and Vietnamese Justice Minister Ha Hung Cuong Smile After Signing a Memorandum of Understanding

Secretary Clinton and Vietnamese Justice Minister Ha Hung Cuong Smile After Signing a Memorandum of Understanding

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vietnamese Justice Minister Ha Hung Cuong, flanked by U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Michael W. Michalak (left) and Vietnamese officials, smile after signing a memorandum of understanding for the U.S.-Vietnam PEPFAR Partnership Framework at Ngoc Lam Pagoda in Hanoi, Vietnam, on July 22, 2010. [USAID photo/ Public Domain]

Secretary Clinton Prepares To Sign the U.S.-Vietnam PEPFAR Partnership Framework

Secretary Clinton Prepares To Sign the U.S.-Vietnam PEPFAR Partnership Framework

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, with U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Michael W. Michalak, NGO representatives, and religious leaders looking on, prepares to sign the U.S.-Vietnam PEPFAR Partnership Framework with Vietnamese Justice Minister Ha Hung Cuong at Ngoc Lam Pagoda in Hanoi, Vietnam, on July 22, 2010. [USAID photo/ Public Domain]

Secretary Clinton Address the Press

Secretary Clinton Address the Press

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addresses the press in a joint press availability while U.S. Secretary of Robert M. Gates, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Republic of Korea Defense MInister Kim Tae-young listen following the inaugural 2+2 Meetings between the United States and the Republic of Korea held in Seoul, Republic of Korea, on July 21, 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-young Show Solidarity

Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Republic of  Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-young Show Solidarity

U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Minister of Defense Kim Tae-young show solidarity before the inaugural 2+2 Meetings between the United States and the Republic of Korea in Seoul, Republic of Korea, on July 21, 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young, Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, and Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan Pose for a Photo With Children of Korean War Veterans

Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young, Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, and Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan Pose for a Photo With Children of Korean War Veterans

(L to R) Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan pose with grandchildren of Korean War veterans at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul, South Korea, on July 21, 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young Observe a Moment of Silence

Secretary Gates, Secretary Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and  Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young Observe a Moment of Silence

(L to R) U.S. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young observe a moment of silence in honor of the veterans from all nations who lost their lives in the Korean War at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul, South Korea, on July 21, 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

Secretary Clinton Views the Names of U.S. Soldiers Killed in the Korean War

Secretary Clinton Views the Names of U.S. Soldiers Killed in the Korean War

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton views the names of U.S. soldiers killed in the Korean War along with Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan and Republic of Korea Defense Minister Kim Tae-Young, and U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (not pictured) at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul, South Korea, on July 21, 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]