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The U.S. is ready for the next era of globalization

Consensus undermined by China's coercion and Russia's weaponization of energy

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Docked oil drilling platforms in Port Aransas, Texas, in 2020: The emergence of the U.S. as an energy exporter makes the country a source of energy security for its international allies and friends.     © AP

Rahm Emanuel is U.S. ambassador to Japan

The debate about the future of the international economic system has reached a false choice, with some arguing the era of de-globalization is upon us and others hoping a snapback to pre-COVID economic integration is around the corner.

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