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@thorstenbenner The combination of those two concepts wouldn't be easy, certainly, but it is not unsolvable. The alliance for multilateralism has an anti-hegemonic undertone, the league of democracies an anti-totalitarian one. They wouldn't be co-extensive. But big area of intersection. #MustTry

RT @elyratner: RT @elyratner: Susan Rice: "a pre-emptive war on the Korean Peninsula, in the absence of an imminent threat, would be lunacy." https://t.co…

RT @elyratner: Remember this chart next time you hear China claim the mantle of globalization and accuse U.S. of protectionism. @TomOrlik: “On most measures, China is markedly more closed than other major economies.” https://t.co/24RcNMXtGA

RT @elyratner: RT @elyratner: Xi Jinping’s hypocrisy knows no bounds. twitter.com/xhnews/status/…

RT @elyratner: RT @elyratner: New report on Belt and Road: twitter.com/CNASdc/status/…

RT @elyratner: Well-known Chinese scholar, Jin Canrong of Renmin University, says China should consider: — Banning exports of rare earths to U.S.; — Selling off U.S. treasuries; — Punishing U.S. companies currently doing business in China. twitter.com/globaltimesnew…

RT @elyratner: This is why you don’t want the Chinese government controlling your data and telecom networks. Does anyone think the Communist Party won’t extend this kind of monitoring and punishment overseas as it becomes more able? uk.reuters.com/article/uk-hon…

RT @elyratner: Beijing now officially and openly threatening to use social credit system to “crack down” on foreign companies that are not sufficiently “compliant.” twitter.com/globaltimesnew…

RT @elyratner: There it is. The big lesson China’s government wants the world to learn from @NBA scandal: “Freedom of speech is never free.” twitter.com/globaltimesnew…

RT @elyratner: Trump administration sending lowest-level delegation ever to East Asia Summit since U.S. joined in 2011. What happened to strategic competition with China? Totally unacceptable. You can’t compete if you don’t show up. reut.rs/34aNrr6