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The Global Economic Challenge

Author: Jeffrey E. Garten
January/February 2005
Foreign Affairs

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Improving U.S. foreign economic policy after four years of neglect will require addressing a series of problems that, if left to fester, will have grave consequences for U.S. domestic interests and U.S. foreign policy as a whole. Above all, the second Bush administration must recognize that geopolitics and geoeconomics are deeply intertwined and must be managed accordingly.

Jeffrey E. Garten is Dean of the Yale School of Management. Formerly a Managing Director of the Blackstone Group, he also served in the Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Clinton administrations.

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