Hillary Clinton Steps Away From Obama on Foreign Policy

She rolls out tough rhetoric on Russia as the president treads lightly with Putin.

US President Barack Obama (C) departs after making a statement on Libya with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) at the White House in Washington, DC, February 23, 2011. Obama, in his first televised comments on the Libya crisis, said he would send Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Geneva for a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council at the weekend and for talks with allied foreign ministers. 
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