The United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential countryThe United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential country
The United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential country

Trump ‘dents US reputation’ in Southeast Asia, leaves door open for China

Survey finds United States has lost strategic ground to China since US President Donald Trump took office

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The United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential countryThe United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential country
The United States had lost strategic ground to China in Southeast Asia since US President Donald Trump took office, and China had emerged as the ­region’s most influential country
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