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Thomas Donilon: 'Sustain the Momentum' in Asia Pacific

WASHINGTON, June 12, 2013 — Accepting the Policy Achievement Award at Asia Society Washington's 2013 Awards Dinner, Thomas Donilon, National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama, argues that the U.S. must "sustain the momentum" of its re-engagement with the Asia Pacific region, in particular cementing a collaborative relationship with China. (11 min., 44 sec.)


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