Survey on America's Role In The Asia-Pacific

Survey on America's Role In The Asia-Pacific
By The Asian Research Network on 05 June 2016

Indo-Pacific | International Relations

The-Asian-Research-Network-Survey-on-America-s-Role-in-the-Asia-Pacific.jpgThe Perth USAsia Centre and the United States Studies Centre have launched the inaugural Asian Research Network Report on America's Role in the Asia-Pacific. The report provides comparisons of public opinion both within and across countries with respect to the power and influence of the United States and China. Perspectives are given on a range of issues, including America’s influence in the Asia-Pacific and China’s continuing rise, China’s relationship with the United States and the region, attitudes in the region towards trade with the United States and China, and ethnocentrism, nationalism and anti-Americanism in the Asia Pacific.

'The Asian Research Network: Survey on America’s Role in the Asia Pacific' has been produced in collaboration with the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, and the Shanghai Institute for International Studies.