June 15, 2011

Monroe Doctrines in Asia?

James Holmes, The Diplomat

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The Monroe Doctrine is seen as a quintessentially US policy, but it has lessons for India and China today. What happens when a free-rider meets a strongman?

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TAGGED: United States, India, China, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, America

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