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ASEAN can go Beyond U.S.-China Dynamic

28 July 2020
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Note: This article was originally published in  New Strait Times on 28 July 2020.  Mr Kavi Chongkittavorn was  quoted. 

US-CHINA, US-China — the commentary goes on and on. Who will be dominant? Must rising powers always go to war with established powers? Can the United States assemble an Indo-Pacific alliance to balance China? All urgent questions — but some recent Asian perspectives (including from a Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific survey, asialink.unimelb.
edu.au/stories/surveying-regional-perspectives-on-covid-19) suggest growing impatience.

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