Why America Must Rediscover Asia

When Americans think of shared destinies, most think of Europe. When Asians think of shared destinies, they think of America. America has done more than any other country to assist the remarkable transformation of Asia. Asians are aware of this. Curiously, most Americans are not. America has accumulated vast reservoirs of goodwill in Asia. From the mayors in China to the entrepreneurs in India, from the scholars in Japan to the economists in Indonesia, from the bankers in Hong Kong to the public servants in Singapore, there is virtually an entire army of American-trained Asian minds leading Asia and making critical...

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