U.S. Re-engagement in Asia

U.S. Re-engagement in Asia

by Kumar Ramakrishna, Zheng Wang, Carlyle A. Thayer, S.R. Joey Long, and Simon Tay
July 1, 2011

In this roundtable, five experts assess U.S. engagement in Asia with a focus on how to better strengthen ties while navigating policy challenges, the financial crisis, resurgent extremist groups, and rising suspicions among regional players.

In this roundtable, five experts assess U.S. engagement in Asia with a focus on how to better strengthen ties while navigating policy challenges, the financial crisis, resurgent extremist groups, and rising suspicions among regional players.


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