Contrary to traditional arguments that globalization and economic interdependence will lead to increasing international cooperation, this episode discusses how states can weaponize their position in global economic networks to engage in coercion. Elizabeth Rosenberg joins Abraham Newman on the inaugural episode of International Security's Off the Page podcast to discuss.
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