January 25, 2022

Mentorship and the Indo-Pacific with Mira Rapp-Hooper and Richard Fontaine

By Richard Fontaine

In this episode of Next in Foreign Policy, Mira Rapp-Hooper and Richard Fontaine talk about mentorship and how it shapes both personal and professional lives. They also talk about co-authoring a piece for the National Interest about how China see's its role in the world, Richard recent piece in Foreign Affairs on the lack of a China strategy in Washington, and the Biden Administration's larger Indo-Pacific strategy.

Listen to the podcast from Next in Foreign Policy.

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