Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP
Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP

Would scaled back US military role in Asia-Pacific open door to China? Not everyone is convinced

  • A report by the Rand Corporation think tank sets out what a ‘realist’ US foreign policy would look like
  • ‘Advocates of restraint’ are confident that neighbouring countries can still limit China’s power, the authors conclude

Topic |   US-China relations
Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP
Advocates of restraint favour fewer US military interventions abroad, according to a Rand Corporation study. Photo: AFP
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