When US President Barack Obama begins a Nov. 14-22 Asian swing, the White House will face a dilemma – minimizing his face time with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has become an albatross around the US neck due to international publicity over massive scandals and a United Nations demand that opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim be freed.

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