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Asia has Three Possible Futures

Poster:Post date:2019-09-06
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement),(Regional Issues),(China’s Rise)
(Foreign Policy, By Stephen Walt) At times like this, it’s useful to step back from today’s headlines and look at the big picture. And for a realist like me, the most important factors to consider are, first, the balance of power between the United States and China and, second, the likely response of other Asian countries to any significant shifts in that balance. <Accessed 2019-10-26>  
Last modification time:2019-10-27 AM 5:58

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