Category: News

Title: The Uses and Abuses of Weaponized Interdependence

Mortara Center Director Abraham Newman, Daniel Drezner of Tufts University, and Henry Farrell of Johns Hopkins University have a new edited book out that seeks to address how globalized economic networks can be used for strategic advantage. In the words of Robert Keohane of Princeton University, the book “demonstrates the importance of weaponized interdependence in contemporary world politics and is essential reading for scholars and policymakers alike.” Tyler Cowen of George Mason University called the book “a wonderful introduction to the topic,” and its subject “an essential idea for understanding the world.”

Learn more and order the book here.