What the Current U.S. Political Dysfunction Means to and for Asia

By June 28, 2012Articles, International

Asians know that the United States is the strongest country in the world; their question is how long it will remain so. The American genius has been, not to avoid major domestic errors, but to recover from them relatively quickly and emerge stronger than ever from the experience. Asian strategists now question whether the United States is losing that fundamental bounce-back capability. The recent debt ceiling spectacle and related events in Washington have intensified those concerns.T he damage is potentially wide ranging.

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