This article assesses Southeast Asian views of the US “rebalance,” examining reactions to US military deployments, military assistance to partners, and support for Southeast Asian diplomacy on South China Sea conflicts. Although not ostensibly designed to contain China, the rebalance provides Southeast Asia with hedging options against more assertive PRC actions in the South China Sea.
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Simon, Sheldon W. (2015). The US Rebalance and Southeast Asia: A Work in Progress. ASIAN SURVEY, 55(3), 572-595. http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/AS.2015.55.3.572