What Asia can expect under Hillary’s presidency? | East Asia Forum

Author: T J Pempel, University of California, Berkeley By mid-afternoon on Wednesday 9 November 2016, Asians will be temporarily unified by their collective sigh of relief. Early US election results will be announcing their reprieve from four years of torment under a Trump presidency. With less than two weeks until election day, the United States’ six major polling models range in their predictions of the likelihood of a Clinton presidency between 85 and 97 per cent. FBI Director James Comey’s 28 October precedent-breaking announcement that new emails had been discovered rewrote the scripts of both campaigns but subsequent polls suggested that few presidential votes would shift as a result. Short of a zombie invasion or some equivalent deus ex machina, Hillary’s presidency is all but guaranteed. Her victory will provide two valuable reassurances. First, continuity is likely. As secretary of state, Clinton was a major contributor to Obama’s Asia policy, including the ‘rebalance’ to

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