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What the Philippines and Australia can learn from Vietnam about living with China

It is early days, granted, but the Philippines' crude and crass new president Rodrigo Duterte appears increasingly intent on reversing his predecessor's plucky South China Sea policy and pro-Alliance leanings, opting instead for a tilt towards China. The Philippines' proclivity to flip-flop in its great power relations reflects various factors. One is the absence of a strategic tradition.
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