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Does China Get What it Wants in East Asia?

Evelyn Goh Security, Asia China seems to be altering the regional balance of influence. But how much influence over these countries’ choices and policies does China actually have? East Asia’s regional order is in the throes of a remarkable transition, but the nature and potential results of this transition are deeply contested. By mobilizing developing countries, a constituency that has been too often neglected, China seems to be altering the regional balance of influence.
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