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【Robert A. Manning|America】Does ASEAN Really Matter to America?

OK, OK, I get the symbolism, but it is a measure of how devalued the language of diplomacy can be that U.S. President Barack Obama would hold an unprecedented summit at Sunnylands  […]


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【Robert A. Manning|China】Myths and Realities of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

The ink was hardly dry on the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the first major multilateral trade agreement in two decades, when the snipers began taking shots at it. The […]


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【Robert A. Manning|China Desk】Dilemmas of China’s success

Over the next decade, China will face a suite of daunting economic challenges more politically difficult than those it has grappled with over the past three decades.   China’s […]


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【Robert A. Manning|Sino-US】US counterbalancing China, not containing

A widely held belief among many in China is that every US policy move affecting China is part of a concerted strategy of containment aimed at preventing China’s re-emergence. Thus, […]


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By Robert A. Manning

A senior fellow of the Brent Scowcroft Center for International Security at the Atlantic Council. He served as a senior counselor from 2001 to 2004 and a member of the US Department of State Policy Planning Staff from 2004 to 2008.

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