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Risk management - economics.

Geoeconomics describes the relationships between international economics and international politics (geopolitics).

It includes the use by states of economic tools to promote their geopolitical objectives.

Geoeconomic instruments include trade policy, sanctions, monetary policy, energy, commodities, foreign aid and cyber.

Source: Mariane Schneider-Petsinger - Chatham House - December 2016.

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