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Southeast Asia in United States policy

Russell H. Fifield

Southeast Asia in United States policy

by Russell H. Fifield

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Published by Praeger in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Russell H. Fifield.
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Given global attention to COVID, and China’s influence over Southeast Asian states, Vietnam’s recent efforts to attract greater international attention to what it perceives as Chinese. On The India Project at Brookings hosted a panel discussion exploring the past and present U.S. approaches towards South Asia, based on Senior Fellow Stephen Cohen’s new book, “The Start Date:

United States paid a high price in terms of lost lives,human suf- fering,and financial facts of life surrounding the region are ast Asia spans an eighth of the earth’s cir-. In the crisis, however, the United States appeared to make political goals secondary to economic goals. Now, it appeared, American policy in Southeast Asia aimed to create a region modeled on Anglo Saxon liberalism, with expectations that the free market economic model also would lead to reforms in other institutions.

  Editor's Note: On Octo Richard Bush gave a presentation at "Southeast Asia and the United States: A stable foundation in an uncertain environment," a . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hart, Donn V. (Donn Vorhis), Southeast Asia and the United States. New York, Distributed by the Institute of Pacific Relations [?].


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The CSIS Southeast Asia Program is pleased to present “How Southeast Asia is Responding to China’s Rise” featuring Murray Hiebert, senior associate at CSIS and author of the recently-released book Under Beijing’s Shadow: Southeast Asia’s China ’s rise and stepped-up involvement in Southeast Asia have prompted a blend of anticipation and unease among its smaller.

Arc of Containment recasts the history of American empire in Southeast and East Asia from World War II through the end of American intervention in Vietnam. Setting aside the classic story of anxiety about falling dominoes, Wen-Qing Ngoei articulates a new regional history premised on strong security and sure containment guaranteed by Anglo-American cooperation.

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is the southeastern region of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent and north-west of Australia. Southeast Asia is bordered to the north by East Asia, to the west by South Asia and the Bay of Bengal, to the east by Oceania and the Pacific Ocean, and to the south by Australia and the Indian Ocean.

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