Lisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings InstitutionLisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings Institution
Lisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings Institution

Donald Trump is ‘willing to accept more risk’ to counter Beijing aggression, says US official

  • The official says the US is strengthening ties economically and militarily with India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan
  • She touted this year’s US$3 billion US-Indian arms deal as part of quadrilateral relationship with Japan and Australia
Topic |   US-China trade war
Lisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings InstitutionLisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings Institution
Lisa Curtis, the US National Security Council’s senior director for South and Central Asia, during a Brookings Institution webinar on Wednesday. Image: Brookings Institution
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