As President Obama continues his trip to the region, three experts from the Center for a New American Security have written a new report analyzing the growing anti-access/area-denial challenges posed by China and exploring the role that allies and partners may play in engaging the challenges in a variety of contexts and domains. The report, “Dynamic Balance: An Alliance Requirements Roadmap for the Asia-Pacific Region,” provides a roadmap for the next U.S. administration and key U.S. allies in the region to address these challenges and potential escalation.
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