The election of Donald Trump was met with mixed emotions across Asia, and in the years since his presidency has had a marked effect on the stability of the region.
Countries are adjusting and re-evaluating their perspectives on regional security, alliances are being tested, and many countries are facing the reality of an Asia without a United States presence.
How will security and prosperity be achieved in a contested Asia? Does America benefit from an unstable Asia? And what might the future bring for the region with a change of president in America or four more years of Donald Trump?
A live recording of the Asia Rising podcast via zoom.
Guest: Professor Nick Bisley (Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University)
Recorded 15th July 2020.