Damage Done: America's Foreign Policy Tactics are Fracturing Its Financial Stability
The National Interest -

John S. Van Oudenaren

Security, Americas

Is Washington’s overuse of sanctions risking long-term damage to U.S. financial infrastructure?

A key pillar of American power is the central role of the U.S. financial system in the world economy, which derives largely from the dollar’s status as a global currency. Over the past several decades, Washington has leveraged its financial prowess to further its foreign-policy objectives. Two leading analysts, each with extensive firsthand experience as...

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