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Opinion | BY KRISTEN HOPEWELL | October 6, 2021
The principal rationale behind agreements like the CPTPP is that trade should be governed by the rule of law, rather than the raw use of power. However, under President Xi Jinping, Beijing has flagrantly violated global trade rules by weaponizing trade as an instrument of economic coercion against weaker states, writes Kristen Hopewell. Photograph courtesy of Flicker/G20 Turkey 2015
Opinion | BY KRISTEN HOPEWELL | October 6, 2021
Opinion | BY KRISTEN HOPEWELL | October 6, 2021
The principal rationale behind agreements like the CPTPP is that trade should be governed by the rule of law, rather than the raw use of power. However, under President Xi Jinping, Beijing has flagrantly violated global trade rules by weaponizing trade as an instrument of economic coercion against weaker states, writes Kristen Hopewell. Photograph courtesy of Flicker/G20 Turkey 2015