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The Trends Shaping Asia

China has begun to challenge America's role as the key economic and political actor in Asia. But while China’s rise often makes headlines, it is not the only trend shaping events in Asia.

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The Trends Shaping Asia

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    Politics and Diplomacy

    Despite Recent Attacks, Southern Thailand’s Peace Talks Are Making Progress

    Despite Recent Attacks, Southern Thailand’s Peace Talks Are Making Progress

    The U.S. Role in Asia

    After an initial focus on restoring ties with U.S. allies in Europe, President Joe Biden’s approach to Asia—and China—is beginning to come into focus. For now, however, his outreach on trade has proven to be a disappointment among regional partners.

    China’s Relations With Asia—and the World

    Observers fear the heightened economic leverage will in turn grant China expanded political influence over a number of countries, particularly those that are heavily indebted to Beijing, but also those, like Australia, whose economies are heavily dependent on exports to China. Meanwhile, global powers increasingly calibrate their regional ties through the prism of China’s rise.

    Economy and Trade

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