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A hardening US-China competition : Asia policy in America's 2020 elections and regional responses

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Title:A hardening US-China competition : Asia policy in America's 2020 elections and regional responses
Authors:Sutter, Robert
Limaye, Satu
East-West Center (Washington, D.C.)
LC Subject Headings:United States - Foreign relations - China
China - Foreign relations - United States
Asia - Foreign relations - China
United States - Foreign relations - Asia
Presidential candidates - United States - Attitudes
Date Issued:2020
Publisher:Washington, DC : East-West Center
Abstract:The US presidential election campaign debates focused by mid-2020 on the enormous and immediate domestic consequences of the worldwide novel coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 and economic crisis impacting the United States and concurrent widespread protests and counterarguments on police brutality and racial prejudice. President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joseph Biden, were deeply divided on how the US government should respond to these domestic challenges. Against this background, foreign policy was a secondary consideration with one notable exception--relations with China.
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Table of Contents:Part I: America's 2020 Election Debates on Asia Policy -- 2016 election debates and hardening US policy on China - Campaign debates on China and other Asian issues - 2020: pandemic & public opinion upend campaigns: Target China - China's preferences -- Part II: Indo-Pacific Responses to US-China Hardening Rivalry - Australia - India - Japan - South Korea - Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia) - Taiwan -- Part III: US Relations with Indo-Pacific Countries Beyond US-China Relations - Australia - India - Japan - South Korea - Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia) - Taiwan -- Conclusion.
Pages/Duration:79 p.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/70310
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