What is foreign opinion of Clinton in general?
Here's what I know at least:
The "western world" (aka the only people who matter™) generally has a favorable view of her I'd say, but the propaganda machine that's been crapping on the Clintons for decades has had its effects. Low-information individuals and reactionaries, of course, dislike her.
Putin's stance on Clinton is really no mystery. The big issue everyone's talking about, of course, is the Syrian Civil War. This is probably a big objection even people at home have with Clinton- her hawkish foreign policies. (I guess it was somehow a shock to everyone that Russia would side with Assad just because the Syrian military has lots of ties with Russia after being trained there)
Things are getting uncomfortable in East Asia. China, of course, hates Clinton (and probably Obama) for the whole "Pivot to Asia" thing. Obama/Clinton are the architects of the policies which they consider to be the most aggressive since Richard Nixon's (and they're not really wrong about that, really comes down to if you think it's justified. It does make the Republican characterization of Obama is being soft in foreign policy laughable though). North Korea's actions over the last few years has set off a chain reaction of saber rattling since lots of people think China isn't doing enough to contain it. That and all the stuff China does in the South China Sea. Japan, of course, has changed their constitution so that they're now allowed to sent troops abroad (Though it was far from a decision everyone agreed on
). South Korea is letting the US deploy THAAD but also don't want to piss off their largest trading partner. 2016 was also a big year in Taiwan since the DPP won the presidency and a great deal of seats and they're more buddy-buddy with America (read: more confrontational with China) than the previously reigning KMT. Vietnam is also gravitating towards the US a bit more (you gotta fight commies with commies, that's just logic). Really it seems like the only Southeast Asian country that has moved towards China somewhat is The Philippines, since Duterte's whole "kill people in the streets with my death squads" thing doesn't go over well with the US. He has a pretty high approval rate in The Philippines though IIRC. We Americans know to respect democracy except when you pick someone we don't like.
America didn't like Modi for a while but they need India's help to annoy China so things seem to be going pretty well. I'm not terribly familiar with India myself aside from some pretty basic things though.