The Challenge of Countering China’s National Economic Tactics
April 22, 2021
Directly addressing the question of how the U.S. government should respond to China’s hostile economic behaviors, KEI Vice President Mark Tokola published an op-ed on National Interest that outlines how an economic alliance could strengthen global norms.
The point is that dealing with China should not be done by acting like China, as least in the economic sphere. Crafting an “economic alliance” should not be thought of as creating an equally weighted, similarly-armed, counterbalance to China, but rather as creating a deep, ongoing, frank, and innovative discussion among countries that wish to preserve economic freedom of choice for their private sectors.
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