Andrew Cheatham on the Resurgence of the Nonaligned Movement

July 18, 2023 00:15:34
Andrew Cheatham on the Resurgence of the Nonaligned Movement
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Andrew Cheatham on the Resurgence of the Nonaligned Movement

Jul 18 2023 | 00:15:34

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Show Notes

Rather than reinforce the Nonaligned Movement’s perception of a zero-sum choice between the U.S. and other great powers like China, the U.S. should work with allies to offer “a bigger package that helps serve the people and is ultimately more sustainable than what China has to offer,” says USIP’s Andrew Cheatham

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