Saturday, June 06, 2020

ASEAN in Present U.S. Foreign Policy: Deployment and Prospects

Since the event of September 11, 2001, ASEAN has become the second front in the global struggle of America against terrorism but in fact, the government of G. W. Bush did not have any comprehensive policy to this area. Therefore, as soon as assuming power, President Obama carried out the strategy named “Return to ASEAN” through an “intelligent” and “flexible” foreign policy. That is the correction from “discounting ASEAN” policy of the Bush Government to positively “deep involvement” in the affairs of this area aimed at intensifying and consolidating the U.S. position, ensuring strategic benefits of American in ASEAN. Will the Government of Obama be successful in this policy? And what will be the changes? This article provides some advantages for as well as challenges to this policy and offers some forecast prospects of the policy of American to ASEAN.

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