Between ASEAN, China and the United States
Dewi Fortuna Anwar
PREMIUM An article in Foreign Policy by Christian Caryl, provocatively titled “Panda-Hugger Hangover” (Foreign Policy, Aug. 4, 2010) caught my attention recently. The article discusses the recent increase in tension over the South China Sea due to China’s growing assertiveness and how this has pushed the ASEAN countries closer to Washington again after a period of cozying up to Beijing. As the...
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