Indo-Pacific regionalism rises, may need new name
Arifi Saiman and Endy M. Bayuni
ASEAN is making significant progress in deliberating over the new regional Indo-Pacific architecture, but the bigger challenge is yet to come: convincing the big powers, particularly China and the United States, to come on board.
Also, there is an unresolved issue with the term “Indo-Pacific”, with China harboring suspicions that it is part of a containment policy ...
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