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From Australia to ZTE, the Asia-Pacific is a puzzle with few right answers and lots of wrong ones.   © Illustration by Eric Chow
The Big Story

Biden's big Asia challenge: An A to Z survival guide

US has its work cut out in the world's biggest continent

WAJAHAT KHAN, Nikkei staff writer | East Asia

NEW YORK -- With China ascendant, tensions in the Taiwan Strait escalating, the pandemic surging in India and Japan, Myanmar spiraling and the U.S. withdrawing from Afghanistan, the new U.S. administration of Joe Biden has declared the Indo-Pacific as the most important region on its radar. But what are the policy challenges it faces on the world's largest continent?

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