The United States is trying to win over Southeast Asia to approach Taiwan Island?


2022-05-13: [Article Link] On May 12-13, local time, the US-ASEAN Special Summit was held in Washington. Six years later, the United States hosted the US-ASEAN Special Summit once again on its own soil. So what is the intention of the United States to convene an America-ASEAN special summit? Will the ASEAN countries…


Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.



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The United States is trying to win over Southeast Asia to approach Taiwan Island?


2022-05-13: [Article Link] On May 12-13, local time, the US-ASEAN Special Summit was held in Washington. Six years later, the United States hosted the US-ASEAN Special Summit once again on its own soil. So what is the intention of the United States to convene an America-ASEAN special summit? Will the ASEAN countries…

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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