Benjamin Khoshbin writes in National Review about ways to counter China and Russia.
- Friendshoring is the process of relocating supply chains from Russia and China to allied countries.
- The U.S. is heavily reliant on China for rare earth minerals and Russia for uranium, both of which are critical to energy and national security.
- Friendshoring has already been used when the U.S. stepped up to provide more LNG to Europe after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
- To limit China and Russia’s economic influence the U.S. and its allies should turn to open trade and free markets.
Read the full article here.