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How Obama Sees Asia

Poster:Post date:2016-03-14
Catergory:Interviews
Region:(U.S. Policy),(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement),(U.S. "Pivot" to Asia)
(The Diplomat, By Arkit Panda) On China—the prime challenge for the United States in Asia going forward—Obama is clear about his interest in containment. Even though his administration officially goes to great lengths to convey to Beijing that it is not pursuing an explicit strategy of containing a rising China, Obama tells Goldberg that his administration “have been able to mobilize most of Asia to isolate China in ways that have surprised China, frankly, and have very much served our interest in strengthening our alliances.” "The Obama Doctrine," The Atlantic, by Jeffrey Goldberg 
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