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《All-round Southeast Asia》 2004-12
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An Analysis on America's Southeast Asian Policy after“September11”Attack

Wang Weidong  
Since“September11”attack,the American Government has adjusted its policy towards Southeast Asia.In the name of“striking terrorism”,the American Government has been enhancing its relations with the Southeast Asian countries in military,politics and economics.The adjustment has deeply been influenced by both its internal factors and its need for strategies,not just for striking terrorism,the intention of which is to acquire the predominance in this region to contain China's rising-up.
【CateGory Index】: D871.2
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【Citations】
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【Co-citations】
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