Globalization was always presumed to have a flattening effect; power would be more diffuse. A new theory, called "Weaponized Interdependence," flips that idea on its head and demonstrates how governments have exploited economic integration to pursue their foreign policy goals and compel foreign adversaries. 

Guest: Daniel Drezner, professor of Int'l Politics at the Fletcher School and co-editor The Uses and Abuses of Weaponized Interdependence 

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