On October 9, The Hill published an opinion piece from Forward Defense Non-Resident Senior Fellows Tate Nurkin and Evanna Hu discussing the need to counter Chinese influence in multilateral institutions.

In this piece, they discuss how China has weaponized its role in international bodies like the United Nations and the International Technology Union to advance its foreign policy goals. To restore US world leadership, the authors recommend that the United States reinvigorate the norms which helped it set forward these global institutions in the first place.

Within these [multi-national organizations, the United States has] the flexibility to create new strategic alliances and even new multilateral alignments

Tate Nurkin and Evanna Hu
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