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China’s Infrastructure Play

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Writing about the United States' mix of resistance and apathy toward China's ambitious infrastructure investments, Gal Luft explains how Washington should instead cautiously back the many aspects of the Belt and Road Initiative that advance U.S. interests and oppose those that don't: "The United States does not have to choose between securing its global position and supporting economic growth in Asia: selectively backing the B&R would help achieve both goals." Click for the full article.

 

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