Emerging markets dominate foreign lobbying in the US but the payback on this spend is mixed
Lobbying probably does not trump long-running strategic interests in shaping US foreign policy
Yet emphasis on financial over military tools in US foreign policy may perpetuate EM spend on lobbying Congress
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