U.S.-Philippines joint military exercises. Filipino marines beach landing

A new U.S. approach to Asia Pacific: three scenarios

  • Pressures on military budgets and a changing political landscape mean that U.S. priorities in the Asia-Pacific region are likely to change
  • Abrogating responsibility in any field – economic, diplomatic or military – will have significant consequences
  • Focusing on diplomacy is the easiest option

The United States plays a key role in supporting peace and prosperity in the Western Pacific. The most important geopolitical questions there continue to revolve around American staying power and strength. How the U.S. answers these questions, particularly after the tumultuous election season at home, will have an enormous impact on the region.

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 Walter Lohman
The more positively the U.S. is seen, the easier it would be to obtain cooperation on security issues from its allies and partners
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What's inside
  • Pressures on military budgets and a changing political landscape mean that U.S. priorities in the Asia-Pacific region are likely to change
  • Abrogating responsibility in any field – economic, diplomatic or military – will have significant consequences
  • Focusing on diplomacy is the easiest option
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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