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ThatwascertainlynotthepolicyunderObamawhenhelaunchedtheUSpivot-to-Asiapolicy,tryingtogangupUSalliesonChinaAndonglobaleconomicstatus,abouthalfofFilipinos(49percent)saythattheUSisstilltheleadingeconomicpower,butthatisdownfrom66percentwhosaidsoin2015ButFilipinosalsosharepositiveviewsofChinaanditsleader,PresidentXiJinpingSincebecomingPhilippinespresidentinJune2016,RodrigoDutertehasrefusedtobeusedbytheUStoadvanceitsstrategyHowever,thePewsurveyfindsthatDuterteandhispoliciesarewidelypopularathomedespiteconcernsexpressedbysomegovernments,inparticulartheUS,overDuterte'sclasheswithdrugcartelsandallegedhumanrightsviolationsIn2014,thePhilippineswasstillledbyAquinoIIIThisrepresentsadramaticshiftsincethatquestionwaslastaskedin2015Itclearlysuggeststhatone'sgainisanother'slossThePhilippinesunderDutertehastriedtodevelopanindependentforeignpolicyratherthanbeingaUSpuppetmostofthetimeTheUSgovernment,lawmakersandpunditshavegenerallyexpressednegativeviewsofDutertesincehetookofficelastJuneAndoverall,theperceptiongapbetweentheUSandChinainthePhilippinesisnarrowingAccordingtothesurvey,78percentinthePhilippineshaveapositiveviewoftheUSasofthisspring,downfrom92percentwhoexpressedpositivesentimentsin2015ButthePhilippines,andindeedallthecountriesintheregion,shouldbeencouragedtohavegoodrelationswithbothChinaandtheUS,arealwin-winsituationfornotjustthethreecountriesinvolved,butfortheregionandtheworldAtthesametime,78percentbelievethecurrenteconomicsituationisgood,and57percentaresatisfiedwiththedirectionofthecountry,a21percentage-pointincreasefrom2014,thelasttimethisquestionwasaskedinthePhilippinesSomeevenbelievethathewouldnotabletoservethefullsix-yeartermAzero-summentalityaboutChina-USrelationsisreflectednotonlyinthethinkingofsomeUSpoliticians,butalsoinanewsurveyconductedbythePewResearchCenterThereportfindsthatpeopleinthePhilippinesstillliketheUSandhaveconfidenceinitsleader,PresidentDonaldTrumpThesurveyreleasedonSept21boreatitlesayingpeopleinthePhilippinesstillfavortheUnitedStatesoverChina,butthatthegapisnarrowingAquarternownameChinaastheworld'sleadingeconomy,upfrom14percentthelasttimethePhilippineswassurveyedSuchanindependentpolicyisdealingaheavyblowtothosewhostillviewtherelationshipbetweenthethreecountriesaszero-sumAnddespitethePhilippinesbeingthemostpro-TrumpnationinPew'sspring37-countrysurvey,confidenceinTrumpnowislowerthanitwasinthen-PresidentBarackObamain2015TheUSwasbelievedtobefullybehindthesceneswhenthePhilippines,underPresidentBenignoAquinoIII,filedthearbitrationsuitin2013againstChinainatribunalinTheHague,acaseinwhichChinahadrefusedtoparticipateHistoughrhetoricontheUSandsoftenedrhetoriconChina,especiallycomparedwithhispredecessorAquinoIII,hasworriedmanyintheUSTheObamaadministrationhaddoneeverythingitcouldtointernationalizetheSouthChinaSeaissueandhadusedthePhilippines,aUSally,toadvancetheAmericanstrategyThenegotiationsmaytakedaysorweeksbeforeadealisstruckbetweenthefuturegoverningpartnersWinstonPeters,thepartychiefoftheNewZealandFirstParty,however,refusedtosaywhichpartyhewouldsidewithAUCKLAND-NewZealand'sparliamentaryelectionsonSaturdayyieldnoclearwinnerastallyendedintheweehoursofSunday,leavingthethirdlargestpartywith7TheNewZealandFirstPartyhasgarnerednineseats,makingittheindispensablecoalitionpartnerforboththeNationalPartyandtheLaborPartytoformthegovernmentTherulingNationalPartyhassecured46percentofthepartyvotes,whichtransferto58seatsinthe120memberCongressinanMixed-MemberProportionalvotingsystem,withtheoppositionLaborPartylaggingbehindat358percentvotesorsevenseatsinthecongresswouldjustmakeenoughseatstoformagovernmentiftheycansuccessfullygettheNewZealandFirstPartyonboard

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