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IAS 150 Lecture 19: Notes on U.S. Speaker
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Fall 2016

Department
International And Area Studies
Course Code
IAS 150
Professor
brucenewell
Lecture
19

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Notes on U.S. State Department speaker
Dorothy Ngutter (diplomat in residence) dirnorth[email protected]
U.S. Policy in Asia (S.C.S.) focus
International law and orders where freedom of trade not mpeded
Economic collaboration main pillar
Young population
Transpacific partnership
Framework for labor standards between 12 nations
Looking to have cooperation with asian countries. Increase confidence.
U.S. Chinese relations
See china within rebalance policy
Motivation for imbalance. Main key is China.
Rebalance not focused on China
Rebalance strategy is robust engagement with China is to strengthen institutions and
improve alliances. GOes with universal rights and improving economy.
Engage with China in open way and solve issues or at least narrow differences. Or
manage the differences to prevent conflict.
Regards to south china sea
Freedom of navigation (unilateral)
Stability in region (not a claimant in area). Efforts to reduce tension.
Commerce through there is important
Fly/sail wherever they are allowed to operate
Not to be provoking
Ability to operate in s.c.s not affected by China Pino agreement. Not clear of direct
engagement
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Notes on U.S. State Department speaker Dorothy Ngutter (diplomat in residence) [email protected] U.S. Policy in Asia (S.C.S.) focus ● International law and orders where freedom of trade not mpeded ● Economic collaboration main pillar ● Young population ● Transpacific partnership ● Framework for labor standards between 12 nations ● Looking to have cooperation with asian countries. Increase confidence. U.S. Chinese relations ● See china within rebalance policy ● Motivation for imbalance. Main key is China. ● Rebalance not focused on China ● Rebalance strategy is robust engagement with China is to strengthen institutions and improve alliances. GOes with universal rights and improving economy. ● Engage with China in open way and solve issues or at least narrow differences. Or manage the differences to prevent conflict. Regards to south china sea ● Freedom of navigation (unilateral) ● Stability in region (not a claimant in area). Efforts to reduce tension. ● Commerce through there is important ● Fly/sail wherever they are allowed to operate ● Not to be provoking ● Ability to operate in s.c.s not affected by China Pino agreement. Not clear of direct engagement ● Deep ties military and economic with the Philippines despite Philippines infringements ● U.S. trying to strengthen regional alliances? A: U.S. try to like with Japan but how they engage with allies is important. N
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