One year in, Biden has done the ‘Pivot to Asia’ with guns

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In his first year as U.S. president, Joe Biden’s “Pivot to Asia” was done with guns. The military encirclement of China could render what Brookings analyst Ryan Hass described as “mutually tolerable friction” quite intolerable quite quickly. Is there anything that could more easily lead to war?

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