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US elections 2020

Three ways Biden will immediately shift US policy on Asia

Strategy to replace brinkmanship on security; roadblocks on return to TPP

Analysts expect more strategic and measured thinking and actions by the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden than incumbent Donald Trump (Source photos by Reuters) 

MANILA/SINGAPORE/TOKYO -- U.S. President-elect Joe Biden is unlikely to undertake a full reversal of Donald Trump's course on key issues that will affect Asia, analysts say.

But on security, trade, and climate change, Biden could take several executive actions not only to realign the U.S. with its commitments to allies and international pacts, but also to encourage cooperation with rivals like China. 

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