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Bremmer: 'Asia Actually Looks Pretty Good'

NEW YORK, June 24, 2014 — Policy analyst Ian Bremmer asserts that President Obama's most significant foreign policy achievement is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which may conceivably push China toward economic reform, while also cautioning that "the best thing" the U.S. can do to improve its relationship with Asia is make sure its economy is doing well. (3 min., 29 sec.)

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Asia Blog interview with Ian Bremmer


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