December 4, 2013

The Asia 'Pivot' Has Run Out of Puff

Michael Fullilove, US News & World Report

The Associated Press

Despite Joe Biden's Asia trip, Obama’s foreign policy has seemed Atlantic-focused recently.

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TAGGED: Asia, Japan, China, United States, Joe Biden, Asia Pivot

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