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Nikolas Gvosdev describes an unease (among participants at a Carnegie Council panel on the Rise of the Rest) with the concessions and limited leverage that result from globalized interdependence. The new environment is definitely less conducive to a “with us or against us” approach, which I think is a historical feature of American foreign policy, even if it has been exagerrated by (and therefore associated with) the Bush administration. Gvosdev is mainly referring to the American dependence on emerging countries as sources of capital and energy. But it extends beyond that as our strategic partners increasingly find their interests interwoven […]


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