Hillary is going to make her foreign policy "experience" a centerpiece of the Fall campaign.
You'll see all manner of commercials about how she's "ready to lead" and "has been there" and all sorts of things like that.
One of the signal "accomplishments" of the Hillary term at the State Department is the Libyan exercise. We are told it was largely Hillary who pushed the Obama administration into the large role we took in Libya.
Based largely on her instincts, we took out a dictator for sure (Gaddafi) who had previously been unfriendly to us, but in the aftermath of the Iraq war, had dismantled nuclear programs and decided to ameliorate his stance towards terrorism. In other words, Gaddafi had looked around at what happened in Iraq and Afghanistan, and decided he didn't want to be next.
Contrast that to another country run by autocrats, Iran.
When the Green Revolution broke out in 2009, the Obama administration stood by the Mullahs, rather than support the rebels in this cause. Many believe they did this because Obama sought a nuclear arrangement with them, and didn't want the chaos.
Sometimes you have to pick the bully you want to side with because it's in your country's best interest, and sometimes you have to let "your" guy go, gambling on your long term interest. It's hard at the time to know, but, results are in, and we chose wrong on both these occasions.
These are not Hillary Clinton "accomplishments."
Judged by results, these are failures. And we're not even into the Russian "Reset", Benghazi, or how Egypt was handled.