The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Obama Goes to China

    On Monday, the President embarks on a journey to redefine relations overseas. In belligerent China, backsliding Burma and ally Australia, he’ll invest in face time with heads of state and trade. Particularly at this year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Conference, he’s expected to shift America’s emphasis from swords to market share. With the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact set to be brokered for 40 percent of the world’s economy — excluding China — some fragile, potentially volatile economic relationships hang in the balance.

    The Diplomat, The Hill, Financial Review

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