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April 28, 2014 10:45 PM

Obama’s Asia trip yields better military ties but no trade concessions

President Barack Obama came to Asia with multiple missions: to advance U.S. trade interests, to reassure allies he’d back them in any serious confrontation with China and to rebut critics who dismissed his “pivot to Asia” strategy as being less than pivotal.

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