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ASEAN’s Perception of and Response to China-US Competition

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In the face of China-US strategic competition, ASEAN, choosing not to take sides and instead upholding its centrality by promoting inclusive and pragmatic regional cooperation, is trying to play a constructive and mediating role between the two major powers. Such a balanced approach is the best solution for ASEAN to enjoy sufficient strategic independence in advancing its own agenda. However, it should also take into account the uncertainties arising from evolving ASEAN policies of China and the US as well as its own inherent challenges.

Author name: Yang Yue
Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(4):134-159