Does economic security undermine the benefits of interdependence?(Geoeconomic Briefing)

Economic security is becoming increasingly central to American foreign and economic policy. It involves protecting supplies of critical materials and technologies, thwarting economic coercion and building resiliency against economic disruptions.

While economic security may be getting more attention, the areas of concern are not new for the U.S. What is new is increasing reliance on controls and coercion, rather than an open, rules-based trading system.

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