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Pivot to the Pacific?: Administrationńˇ╗s ńˇýRebalancingńˇŁ Toward Asia
Mark E. Manyin (ed)
In the fall of 2011, the Obama Admin. issued a series of announcements indicating that the U.S. would be expanding and intensifying its already significant role in the Asia-Pacific, particularly in the southern part of the region. The fundamental goal is to devote more effort to influencing the development of the Asia-Pacificńˇ╗s norms and rules, particularly as China emerges as an ever-more influential regional power. Given that one purpose of the ńˇýpivotńˇŁ or ńˇýrebalancingńˇŁ toward the Asia-Pacific is to deepen U.S. credibility in the region at a time of fiscal constraint, Congressńˇ╗s oversight and appropriations roles, as well as its approval authority over free trade agreements, will help determine to what extent the Admin.ńˇ╗s plans are implemented and how various trade-offs are managed. Contents of this report: (1) Introduction: Whatńˇ╗s Old and Whatńˇ╗s New?; Congressńˇ╗ Involvement in the ńˇýPivotńˇŁ; (2) Overall Benefits, Costs, and Risks; (3) Military and Strategic Dimensions of ńˇýThe PivotńˇŁ; (4) Diplomatic Dimensions of the ńˇýPivotńˇŁ; (5) Economic Aspects of the ńˇýPivotńˇŁ; (6) Implications for Congress. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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