On trips abroad, she is greeted more like a movie star than a diplomat. At home, she has stepped out from the shadows of all the President's men and established herself as the driving force of U.S. foreign policy. Her tasks are huge soothing allies in Europe, facing down nuclear wannabes, finding a way out of Iraq. And she must be doing something right: she's far more popular than her boss.
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