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In Southeast Asia, Harris says 'we have to see the future'

  • Vice President Kamala Harris made her third trip to Southeast Asia, emphasizing the importance of the region for U.S. Foreign policy. Harris highlighted the need for long-term planning and building strong relationships with Southeast Asian nations. She aimed to counterbalance China's influence and strengthen ties in the region.
  • Harris's visit demonstrated American commitment to the Indo-Pacific despite President Biden's absence from the ASEAN summit. While some doubt the effectiveness of ASEAN, Harris praised the organization and emphasized the potential for collaboration among its member nations.
  • Although China still holds an advantage in the region, Harris's diplomacy was acknowledged for advancing U.S. Priorities and engagement in Southeast Asia. Experts recognize Harris as an effective representative of the administration and a valuable asset in promoting American interests abroad.
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