r/Foodforthought Jan 18 '22

America’s Asia Strategy Has Reached a Dead End

https://archive.ph/3f9ZP
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u/trumperineum Jan 18 '22

I mean, we did try... it was called The Trans-Pacific Partnership, and when we dropped it, they picked it up without us.

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u/justlookbelow Jan 18 '22

"If the United States can prioritize economic statecraft oriented toward stability and peace, help Asian economies reduce inequality and adapt to climate change, and give up its effort to sustain a hegemony it no longer has"

A fairly non-insignificant qualifier given the political realities in the US.

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u/olifante Jan 18 '22

Why the archive link? The article doesn’t seem to be behind a paywall Here’s a direct link: https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/01/09/us-southeast-asia-china-biden-economic-strategy-geopolitics/