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“Beijing sees subnational relationships first as means to influence U.S. economic, technological, and narrative environments, and second as means to increase China’s national-level influence in the United States. In the short term, subnational governments can exert pressure on the federal government. In the longer term, Beijing views subnational officials as future national leaders to be cultivated so they become favorably predisposed toward China.”

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