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Asia in Obama's Second Term

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

National Museum of China, soldier The National Museum of China, grandly situated on Tiananmen Square, reopens on April 1, 2011, after three years of expansion and renovation. (Jocelyn Ford)

Suzanne DiMaggio, vice president of Global Policy Programs at the Asia Society, talks about what China's change in leadership and President Obama's tour in Asia this week tell us about U.S. policy in the region.

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Comments [2]

jgarbuz from Queens

What about SEATO? Does it still exist?

Nov. 20 2012 10:40 AM
Leo from Queens

Did anybody notice that this escalation in violence was timed to coincide with President Obama's trip to South East Asia. As a result, everyone is talking about Israel and Palestine and the president's visit is not getting the attention it deserves.

It is reassuring to see how much the BBC covered his trip and his speeches while also giving lots of coverage to the narcissistic situation in the Middle East.

The US media has been lacking in giving this visit the attention it deserves - Specially to help us ignorant Americans to understand the significance of SE Asia.

Nov. 20 2012 10:35 AM

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