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A crew prepares for the arrival of Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews as U.S. President Barack Obama returns to Washington following his week-long trip to Asia April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Obama reassures allies but doubts over "pivot" to Asia persist

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MANILA (Reuters) - From the elaborate details of a Japanese state visit to the more mundane question of how much face-time to give each of his Asian hosts, President Barack Obama's aides spent months meticulously scripting his four-country tour of the region.

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