Is Trump’s National Security Strategy a Useful Guide to the Biggest Threats in 2018?

Is Trump’s National Security Strategy a Useful Guide to the Biggest Threats in 2018?
President Donald Trump delivers his National Security Strategy in Washington, Dec. 18, 2017 (AP photo by Evan Vucci).

A quick survey of the security landscape for 2018 leaves little doubt that the North Korean crisis will continue to be a U.S. national security priority. Some are hoping to dial back the momentum toward a showdown, urging the Trump administration to take a deep breath before making more rhetorical pronouncements. But there are ample signs that the big machine of the U.S. government is preparing for all contingencies, including military action. What about other threats? President Donald Trump’s new National Security Strategy, released last month, takes the longer view, and is helpful mainly in determining what is on his […]

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