ECONOMY -- December 13, 2011 at 3:34 PM ET
Secretary Clinton Discusses Job Creation, International Policy
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in Myanmar on Nov. 30; SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images
Updated Dec. 14 | With the U.S. presidential contest kicking into high gear and job creation on the minds of many voters, Jim Lehrer spoke with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Wednesday morning to talk about how foreign policy decisions can tie into economic and job growth.
Their interview is part of a symposium where NewsHour correspondents Jeffrey Brown and Paul Solman facilitated discussions about innovation and the global marketplace, in partnership with Intel, The Innovation Economy and The Aspen Institute.
We'll soon post the transcript and excepts of the event. Tune in to Wednesday's NewsHour for more coverage of the event.
For more information about the panelists, click here.
You can also watch last year's innovation town hall about education, featuring Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
So, how do you think America should create its next 10 million jobs? Leave your thoughts in the comments.