The United States and the Association of Southeast Asian nations have started their two-day meeting at Sunnylands in California. Leaders are expected to discuss economic ties, and strengthen the largest trade pact in the world. They will also address shared challenges for regional security, including South China Sea. The meetings are seen as part of Washington’s effort to reassure Pacific nations that its Pacific pivot strategy will survive Barack Obama’s departure from the White House.
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