外文标题：China unlikely to succeed in ousting the US from Asia
Until and unless a major catastrophe like situation arises in USA or Godzilla attacks the West Coast,US is here to stay for a long time in Asia.Cold War 2.0 is just getting started,why is everyone so eager to finish it.
China will succeed if not completely ousting USA at very least significantly reducing its influence.Already tandem China-Russia did reversed result of color revolutions in Middle Asia and reduced USA influence there to to nothing.Next step is wider Asian region.China needs to simply follow and accelerate its current course
Who fcking care? Waste of time discuss this topic, next throw this thread into the trash can.
I care. Many Thai people I read on Thai political forum care.
You are from very far and you don't care. We are near and we care.
I got a question.
Is China trying to ost US from Asia? If not, how can discussion come to conclusion of success or failure? It just like asking "Will blaack flag success to be a doctor?" When blackflag never say he want to be.
Not in next 10 years
If every ASEAN countries do their part to reject US military. It will be a yes.
China's government has told USA that the Pacific Ocean is big enough that we can co-exist here.
China may desire such an outcome, but as long as the US has defense treaties with Japan and the Philippines (and Taiwan), a strong relationship with Singapore, and growing ties to the ASEAN members, it seems a bit out of place to contemplate the ejection of the US from Asia. Let alone the fact that we're on the verge of signing the TPP, and the inconvenient detail that because the US has Asian land possessions (Guam, Saipan, etc.), we are an Asian power in our own right.
Wider integration will impact the US's influence in Asia. This is what we want, not to oust the US physically out but to make them irrelevant and has less influence in regional politics.
And it will work. As consumer market of China grows and becomes the largest in the world, The regional asian nations would prefer trading with nearby China then distant USA and Europe.
that's a biiiiiiiiiiig No
I think China has bigger enemies in east-Asia than the US. And no they won't succeed. They will fail and there will be a heavy backlash. Probably it will be the end of China as we know.
China is the biggest part of East Asia, how can it be an enemy of itself? China has existed long before there was a concept of what is being a turkey.
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