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January 22, 2013 12:28 PM

Obama is still searching for right tone in executing ‘Asia pivot’

China may be the centerpiece of the Obama administration’s second-term foreign policy agenda, with U.S. strategists trying to avoid entanglement in Syria or Mali in order to stay focused on a vision of reasserting the American presence in Asia. But getting sucked back into Middle East and North African conflicts isn’t the only risk to the administration’s so-called “Asia pivot.”

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