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[I&A] 【整理】2009-11-12: 奥巴马出访亚洲四国

本帖最后由 playstation 于 2009-11-14 20:26 编辑

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In and Around News 2009-11-12: 奥巴马出访亚洲四国

奥巴马将于13日开始亚洲之行,访问中国、日本和韩国,并将出席在新加坡举行的APEC领导人非正式会议。




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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. Obama’s trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

“Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past eight years of the very heavy focus on counter terrorism.”

Obama’s first stop is Japan, where he meets with the new Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.

“Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and they’ve been somewhat alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set out very much revision for what US trade policy is in his administration.”

But the critical leg of the trip will come in China, his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt. ** of the Center for American Progress.

“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so it’s similar with China. I mean they have no interest in trying to use the leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one that they own all those dollars, it will hurt them if the value of the dollar falls.”


Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.


With Obama enjoying sky high popularity ratings in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future.

 

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as a president this week, leaving behing the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognize the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. About the trips include stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Martin at Peterson Institute for international economics.
“Well, I think his aboard objective is to convince Asians that United States is fully committed to the region that we have the agenda that’s
much broader than they saw over the past 8 years, very focused on counter terrorism.”

About his first stop in Japan, where he meets the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting easy stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.
“Many Asians, ur, are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there have be someone alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn’t his administration.”
But the critical, like the trip coming to China, his first stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the lagest holder of US debts. Maine Hersaya of the senate for America progress.
“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million, it’s the bank’s problem, so similar with China, you may know interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one they enormous dallars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
While Obama enjoys sky high popularity waiting in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, and analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as \ president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. About this trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
“Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years of the very heavy focus on counter terrorism.”
Obama’s first stop is Japan, where he meets with the new Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.
“Many Asians, ur, are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there have been somewhat alarm by the fact that the president really hasn’t set out very much revision for what US trade policy is in his administration.”
But the critical lag of the trip will come in China, his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt. Maine Hersaya of the Center for America progress.
“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so it’s similar with China, you may have known interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one that they own all those dollars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
With Obama enjoying sky high popularity rating in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, \ analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.

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[Homework]2009-11-12: 奥巴马出访亚洲四国

本帖最后由 飞扬Joan 于 2009-11-13 08:31 编辑

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as a president this week, leaving behind the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognize the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. About the trips include stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Martin at Peterson Institute for international economics.

“Well, I think his aboard objective is to convince Asians that United States is fully committed to the region that we have the agenda that’s
much broader than they saw over the past 8 years, very focused on counter terrorism.”

About his first stop is Japan, where he meets the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting to no ease stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.
“Many Asians, ur, are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there been someone alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn’t his administration.”
But the critical, like the trip coming to China, his first stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the lagest holder of US debts. Maine Hersaya of the senate for America progress.
“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million, it’s the bank’s problem, so similar with China, you may know interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one they enormous dallars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
While Obama enjoys sky high popularity waitings in the countries his visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, and analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as a president this week, leaving behing the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. Obama’s trips include stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea. “His message will be simple”, says Nicolas Larty at Peterson Institute for international economics.

“Well, I think his aboard objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have the agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years, very heavy focused on counterterrorism.”

Obama’s
first stop is Japan where he meets the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting to know ease stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.


“Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there has been someone alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn’t his administration.”

But the critical, like the trip coming to China, his first stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the lagest holder of US debts. ** of the senate for American progress.

“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem. If you owe the bank, you know, 3 million, it’s the bank’s problem, so similar with China. They may have no interests in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one who own enormous dallars. It will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”

Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan. While Obama enjoys sky high popularity waiting in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, and analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. * Leader, back in Reuters.


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[Homework]2009-11-12: 奥巴马出访亚洲四国

Barak Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with a visit that recognises the region's economic and diplomatic importance. Among this trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore,  China and South Korea. His message will be simple, says Nicolus Lardy of Peterson institute for international economics, Well, I think he has brought us the objective is to convince Asians that United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agender that's much broader than they saw over the past 8 years with a very heavy focus on counter-terrorism.
Obama's first stop is Japan where he meets with the new prime minister Ukio who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. Japan  is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop. When Obama heads to Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely  face pressure on trade.  Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be. And they've been somewhat alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn't set on very much of a vision for what US trade policy is in his administration.
But the critical like the trip coming China, the third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US's debt. Alan Sagon of the Senate for American progress.As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it's your problem, if you owe the bank,you know, three million dollars, it's the bank's problem. So it is similar with China, I mean, they have no interests in trying to use the leverage with us, because eventually they are the one that...they own all those dollars,it will hurt them if the value of the dollar falls. Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran's nucalear ambitions, as well as cooperation on Afghanastan. With Obama enjoying shy-high popularity ratings in the countris' he is visiting, conceret results may be beside the point. Given that Obama is still in his first year in office,  analysts...

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. About this trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
“Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years of the very heavy focus on counter terrorism.”
Obama’s first stop is Japan, where he meets with the new Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.
“Many Asians, ur, are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there have been somewhat alarm by the fact that the president really hasn’t set out very much revision for what US trade policy is in his administration.”
But the critical lag of the trip will come in China, his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt. Maine Hersaya of the Center for America progress.
“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so it’s similar with China, you may have known interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one that they own all those dollars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
With Obama enjoying sky high popularity ratings in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behing the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. Obama’s trips include stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea. “His message will be simple”, says Nicolas Larty at Peterson Institute for international economics.

“Well, I think his aboard objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have the agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years, very heavy focused on counterterrorism.”

Obama’s first stop is Japan where he meets the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting to know ease stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.

“Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there has been someone alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn’t his administration.”

But the critical, like the trip coming to China, his first stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the lagest holder of US debts. Maine Hersaya of the senate for American progress.

“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem. If you owe the bank, you know, 3 million, it’s the bank’s problem, so similar with China. You may have no interests in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one who own enormous dallars. It will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”

Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan. While Obama enjoys sky high popularity waiting in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, and analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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本帖最后由 playstation 于 2009-11-14 19:50 编辑 on   cloudy808
Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. Obama’s trips include stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea. “His message will be simple”, says Nicolas Larty at Peterson Institute for international economics.
“Well, I think his broad objective is  convincing Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have the agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years, very heavy focused on counterterrorism.”

Obama’s first stop is Japan where he meets the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting to know no use to stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.

“Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there has been someone alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn’t his administration.”
But the critical, like the trip coming to China, his first stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the lagest holder of US debts. Maine Hersaya of the senate for American progress.
“As you see, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem. If you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so similar with China. You may have no interests in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one, they own enormous dollars. It will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan. While Obama enjoying sky high popularity waiting in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, and analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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Barack Obama makes his first trip as President to Asia this week,leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visitors,recognizors of the region's economic and diplomatic importance.
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Also the table would be SK and Iran's nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.While Obama enjoys skyhigh popularity waitings in the country he is visiting,concrete results may be beside the point, giving Obama is still in his first year in office,analysts say this trip is most about laying a ground work for the future.
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Barack Obama made his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind the host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region economic and diplomatic importance. About this trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says  Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that's much broder than they saw over the past 8 years, the very heavy focus on counter-terrorism.

Obama's first stop is Japan where he meets with the new Prime Minister  Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop when Obama heads to Singapore for the APEC meeting, he would likely face pressure on trade.

Many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be and there've been somewhat alarm by the fact that the President really hasn't set up very much revision for what US trade policy isn't his administration.

But the critical like the trip of coming China, his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt.  Maine Hersaya  of the Center for American Progress.

As you say, you know,  if you owe the bank 1 dollar, it's your problem; if you owe the bank , you know, 3 million dollars, it's the bank's problem. So, similar with China.  You may have know  interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually they are the one that they owe all thoes dollars, it will hurt them if the value of the dollar falls.

Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran's nuclear ambitions as well as coorperation on Afghanistan. With Obama enjoying skyhigh popularity ratings in the countries he's visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office. Analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future.  Deber Leader, back in Reuters.

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本帖最后由 月不在夜会美 于 2009-11-13 13:59 编辑

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region’s economic and diplomatic importance. About this trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea, his message will be simple, says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
“Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that’s much broader than they saw over the past 8 years of the very heavy focus on counter terrorism.”
Obama’s first stop is Japan, where he meets with the new Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. While Japan is seen as a getting-to-know-you stop, when Obama heads to the Singapore for the APEC meeting, he will likely face pressure on trade.
“Many Asians, ur, are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there have been somewhat alarmed by the fact that the president really hasn’t set out very much revision for what US trade policy is in his administration.”
But the critical lag of the trip will come in China, his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt. Maine Hersaya of the Center for America progress.
“As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so it’s similar with China, it may have no interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one that they own all those dollars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
With Obama enjoying sky high popularity ratings in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future. Deber Leader, back in Reuters.
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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as a president this week,leaving behind a host of domestic problems with the visit that recognizes the region's economic and diplomatic importance.Obama's trip includes stops in Japan,Singapore,China and South Kerea.His message will be simple,says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institue for international economics.
"Well,Ithink his broadest objective is to convince Asians that United States is fully committed to the region thatwe have agenda that's much broader than they saw over the past 8 years the very heavy focus on the counter terrorism"
Obama's first stop is Japan.Where he meets with the new prime minister Yukia Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independ of Washington.While Japan is seen as getting to know you to stop,when Obama heads  to Singapore for the APEC meeting,he will likely face pressure on trade.
"Many Asians are concern about what US trade policy will be and they've been someone alarmed by the fact the president really has not set down very much of revision what US trade policy is in his adminstration."
But the critical lag of the traple coming China his third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that's the largest holder of US debt.Maine Hersaya of the senate for Amercian progress.
As you say, you know, if you owe the bank one dollar, it’s your problem, if you owe the bank, you know, 3 million dollars, it’s the bank’s problem, so it’s similar with China, you may have known interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they’re the one that they own all those dollars, it will hurt them if the value of dollar falls.”
Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan.
With Obama enjoying sky high popularity ratings in the countries he is visiting, concrete results may be beside the point, given that Obama is still in his first year in office, analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the ground work for the future.
Deber Leader, back in Reuters.

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind a host of domestic problems with a visit that recognizes the regions’ economic and diplomatic importance. Obama’s trip includes stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea. His message will be simple, says Nicolas / of the Peterson’s Institute for International Economics. “Well, I think his broadest objective is to convince the Asians that the United States is fully committed to the region that we have an agenda that much broader than they saw over the past 8 years ago. Very heavy focused on counter terrorism. ”

Obama’s first stop is Japan where he meets the new Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic course more independent of Washington. On Japan seems to get know-you stop when Obama heads for Singapore for the APEC meeting and he will likely to face pressure on trade.

“Many Asians are concerned about US trade policy will be, and they’ve been somewhat alarmed by the fact that the president really set on very much the vision for what US trade policy is in the administration. ” But the critical leg of the triple was coming China where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt.

/ of the Center for US Progress, ”as you say, if you owe the bank one dollar, if you promise you owe the bank 3m dollars, it’s the bank’s problem. So it’s similar with China. They may of no interest in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually they are the one might. They are the one own the dollars. It’d hurt them if the value of the dollar falls.”

Also on the table will be North Korea and Iran’s nuclear ambitions as well as cooperation on Afghanistan. Obama enjoyed sky high popularity ratings in the country he’s visiting, concrete results may be beside the point given that Obama is still in his first year in office. Analysts say this trip is mostly about laying the groundwork for future.

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Barack Obama makes his first trip to Asia as president this week, leaving behind the host of domestic problems with a visit that recognizes the region's economic and deplomatic importance. Obama's trip included stops in Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea. His message will be simple, says Nicolas Lardy at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

well, i think his broadest objective is to convince Asians that the United States is fully commited to the region that we have an agenda  that is much broder than they saw over the past eight years ago, very heavy focus on counter-terrorism.

Obama's first stop is Japan, where he meets with the new prime minister Yukio Hatoyama who has vowed to steer a diplomatic couse more independent of Washington.

while Japan is seen as getting-to-know-you stop, when Obama heads Singapore for the APEC meeting, he would likely face pressure on trade.
many Asians are concerned about what US trade policy will be, and there have been some warm alarm by the fact that the president's really had set on many much revision for what US trade policy is in administration.

but the critical line of the trip will come in China, the third stop where Obama will have to navigate the complex relationship with the country that is the largest holder of US debt, Maine Hersaya of the Center for America progress.

As you say, if you own the bank 1 dollar, it is your problem. if you own the bank trillion millon dollars, it is the bank's problem. so it is similar with China, we never know interests in trying to use leverage with us, because eventually, they are the ones that own those dollars, it will hurt them is the value of dollars fall.

also on the table will be North Korea and Iran's nuclear ambitions as well as cooporation on Afghanistan. Obama will enjoy sky-high wide popularity ratings in the countries he is visiting, concret results may be beside the point. given Obama is still in his first year in office, analysts say this trip is mostly about lying the ground work for the future.Deber Leader, back in Reuters.

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