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The "Rules-Based International Order" Is Dead. Washington Killed It.

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04/20/2022Ryan McMaken

From globalization to sanctions, to international institutions like the UN, the US is leading a small global fragment that's little more than NATO and a handful of friends. Meanwhile, two-thirds of the global economy isn't signing on.

Original Article: "The "Rules-Based International Order" Is Dead. Washington Killed It."

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The "Rules-Based International Order" Is Dead. Washington Killed It.