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  • S allies in Asia made their first phone calls to President elect Joe Biden on Thursday, reaffirming US military commitments in the region and pledging Tau work together on the global health crisis and climate change.

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  • The leaders of South Korea, Japan and Australia joined others in recognizing Biden's victory over President Donald Trump, who has refused to concede.

  • Biden's projected win comes as China increasingly asserts its military and economic dominance in the region.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping has stayed silent on Biden's election so far on South Korean President Moon Jae.

  • In's Biden call Moon spokesperson said Biden had reaffirmed the American commitment to defend South Korea.

  • President Moon asked President elect Biden too closely communicate on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of lasting peace.

  • Biden said that South Korea is the linchpin of security and prosperity in the Indo Pacific region.

  • South Korean officials are also hopeful that Biden will quickly resolve a drawn out, multibillion dollar dispute with Washington over the cost of thousands of US troops on the peninsula.

  • Both Moon and Japanese leader Yoshihide, a saga have agreed to arrange summits with Biden after his inauguration in January, while Australia Scott Morrison invited the president elect to celebrate the 70th anniversary of their security treaty sometime next year to strengthening our alliances.

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Biden reassures U.S. allies Japan, S. Korea and Australia

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/14
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