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How the US Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road

Poster:Surya NarayananPost date:2018-12-22
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement)
(The Diplomat, By Abigail Grace and Max Hill) Holding elections and democratic reforms are not enough for the West to celebrate potentially swinging influence away from China, especially in the Indo-Pacific region. Regardless, China does not look favorably upon political models in which elected officials can be held accountable. The West must create an environment where these democratic officials in these countries can successfully fight off corruption in their business and economic sectors. <Accessed 2018-12-22>  
Last modification time:2018-12-24 AM 4:20

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