Obama Leaves Hawaii

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POTUS continues 9-day Asia-Pacific tour, departs for Australia Tues.; then heads to Bali, Indonesia, Thurs. for East Asia Summit.

Bam expected to outline increased U.S. military footprint in region.

Speaks before Australian Parliament in Canberra Wed., then visits Darwin on north coast.

NOV. 15

– Departs Hawaii for Canberra

NOV. 16

– Arrives in Canberra

– Attends bilateral meeting with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard

– Holds press conference with Gillard

– Attends dinner at Parliament House

NOV. 17

– Attends wreath-laying ceremony at Australian war memorial

– Speech to Australian Parliament focusing on U.S. engagement in Asia-Pacific

– Visits local school with Gillard

– Flies to Darwin

– Visits memorial to USS Peary, a U.S. destroyer that was sunk by the Japanese during World War II

– Delivers remarks to troops in Darwin

– Flies to Bali

NOV. 18

– Attends bilateral meetings with leaders of India, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia

– Attends U.S.-ASEAN bilateral meeting

– Attends meeting with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

– Attends dinner with East Asia Summit leaders

NOV. 19

– Attends East Asia Summit, then departs for Washington

NOV. 20

– Arrives back in Washington

Related Topics: apec, Australia, bali, Canberra, fundraiser, hawaii, Indonesia, Obama, 2012 Elections, Democratic Party, Foreign Policy, News, The Page, White House

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