U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is hoping to rehabilitate America's image abroad, especially with Muslims, during a visit to Indonesia and to strengthen economic and development ties with Southeast Asia, AP reported. She arrived Wednesday, her second stop in an inaugural overseas trip as the top US diplomat. While in Jakarta, Clinton intends to announce plans to step up US engagement with Southeast Asia, stressing the growing importance of a region that often felt slighted by the Bush administration. Her two-day schedule in Indonesia includes a visit to the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) secretariat and she is likely to signal US intent to sign the regional bloc's Treaty of Amity and Cooperation. Clinton will also pledge to attend the group's annual foreign ministers meeting in Thailand this year, US officials said.