26 min

#146: Is Trump Making Asia a More Unstable Region? (Trump in Asia #3) Asia Rising

    • Politics

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.

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.

26 min

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