Trump unveils ‘America First’ National Security Strategy
Jonathan Lemire and Hope Yen in The Associated Press
President Donald J. Trump laid out a new National Security Strategy (NSS) today that “refocuses the United States’ relationship with the rest of the world, essentially implementing his ‘America First’ manta on a global scale,” The Associated Pressreports.
The NSS puts global competition at the core of American grand strategy. It “affirms that the United States will unilaterally defend its sovereignty,” AP reports, and “emphasizes that U.S. economic security is national security and that economic security must be ensured with military might.”
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