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With eye on South China Sea, China's neighbors weave new web of security

President Obama visits Vietnam and Japan this week. The US approach to security in the region is shifting as its friends in the region forge new ties among themselves.

President Barack Obama’s visit to Hanoi is doubtless replete with historic and symbolic significance. He may even offer to sell America’s old enemy lethal weapons. But for a clue as to how nations across Asia are redrawing their security map in novel ways, look instead at two lower-profile recent visitors to Vietnam.

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