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One of the advantages of Esperanto as an international language is the fact that it is neutral, because it is not a national language.
While it's true Esperanto is not a national language, it follows the patterns common to European languages too closely to really be a neutral language. It's probably nearly as difficult for speakers of Asian languages as any other European language.
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