In the competition for Southeast Asia influence, Japan is the sleeper | The Japan Times

Source: The Japan Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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58% Liberal


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Sentiments

97% "Much of the blame is laid at the feet of the current U.S. administration, with 60.3 percent indicating that the decline in U.S. reliability ..."
95% "A region once dismissed as a backwater of countries struggling to escape the legacy of colonialism, better known for its distractions than its dynamism, ..."
93% "This reflected a belief that Southeast Asia would be led by Japan, a belief that has been eroded by China's rise, Southeast Asia's own ..."
92% "It is the geographic nexus of the Indian and Pacific oceans, the literal heart of any Indo-Pacific concept.""
90% "The Abe administration's insistence on the value of a rules-based order, the heart of its Free and Open Indo-Pacific vision, has sunk in.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

97% : Much of the blame is laid at the feet of the current U.S. administration, with 60.3 percent indicating that the decline in U.S. reliability can be reversed with a change of U.S. leadership.
95% : A region once dismissed as a backwater of countries struggling to escape the legacy of colonialism, better known for its distractions than its dynamism, is now seen through a very different lens.
93% : This reflected a belief that Southeast Asia would be led by Japan, a belief that has been eroded by China's rise, Southeast Asia's own development and Japan's economic travails.
92% : It is the geographic nexus of the Indian and Pacific oceans, the literal heart of any Indo-Pacific concept.
90% : The Abe administration's insistence on the value of a rules-based order, the heart of its Free and Open Indo-Pacific vision, has sunk in.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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