Weaponized Interdependence

Chained Globalization: Our new article in Foreign Affairs

From the January/February edition of Foreign Affairs

“Friedman was right that a globalized world had arrived but wrong about what that world would look like. Instead of liberating governments and businesses, globalization entangled them. As digital networks, financial flows, and supply chains stretched across the globe, states—especially the United States—started treating them as webs in which to trap one another.”

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