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Indo-Pacific

From the ashes of Afghanistan, a 'Biden Doctrine' emerges

A narrow US focus on national interest puts Taiwan and Japan on edge

U.S. President Joe Biden has rejected the notion of remaking countries through military interventions. (Photo courtesy of the White House)

NEW YORK -- When U.S. President Joe Biden told the world Monday that he did not regret withdrawing from Afghanistan, he supplied his rationale and laid out the guiding principles of his foreign policy.

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