奥巴马背后的亚洲

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美国总统奥巴马为期10天的亚洲之行和先后召开的东亚峰会、G20峰会以及亚太经合组织峰会将亚洲的挑战暴露在世人面前:现今,崛起的雄心万丈的中国与邻居之间的紧张关系正在改变着这一地区的地缘政治。

引人注目的是,奥巴马这次亚洲之行仅限于几个民主大国:印度、印尼、日本和韩国——这些国家能对中国形成包围,遏制其崛起。一年前,他还在苦苦追寻与中国展开合作,希望在从气候变化到贸易及金融监管的众多领域与中国成为合作伙伴。用美国副国务卿詹姆斯·斯坦伯格的话说,和中国的关系是“战略性保障”,这实际上反映出美国有意接受中国的崛起。

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