Geoeconomics and Statecraft in the Asia-Pacific

Poster:Post date:2016-05-26
Region:(China),(U.S. Policy)
Issue:(China’s Rise),(U.S. Policy)
(The Diplomat, By Ankit Panda) The following interview addresses the relationship of geoeconomic statecraft to traditional hard power; China’s geoeconomic clout (including the One Belt, One Road initiative); the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its effect on U.S. geoeconomic clout in Asia; and the importance of expanded U.S. geoeconomic interaction with India.  
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