December 25, 2012

America's Asia Balancing Act

C. Raja Mohan, Indian Express

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As territorial disputes between China and its neighbours acquire a sharper edge, how America talks about them becomes an important part of the unfolding geopolitical dynamic in Asia.

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TAGGED: Asia, United States, China, India

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