Under the guise of business as usual, nations like China and Libya routinely perform acts of gray-zone aggression against other overseas counterparts, in many cases resorting to hostage diplomacy. There are, however, ways to deter these acts without resorting to warfare. AEI’s Elisabeth Braw explains.
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