When President Obama declared in 2011 that he wanted U.S. foreign policy to pivot to Asia, some derided the move as a clumsy attempt to flee the messy conflicts of the Middle East.
But the pivot has actually worked pretty well – as will be evident when Obama travels to Asia this week. Almost every country in the region is clamoring for a closer relationship with the United States.
11:12 Philippines’ Duterte called for a ‘separation’ from U.S. His trade minister is now backtracking
23:09 ‘Goodbye US, hello China’
16:58 Rody visit seen to strengthen Philippines-China trade, political ties4
04:46 During the debates, Clinton’s weakness has been defending her positions1