Trump’s First Year Set the Stage for a Disastrous Transformation of U.S. Strategy

Trump’s First Year Set the Stage for a Disastrous Transformation of U.S. Strategy
Donald Trump and other NATO leaders watch a flyover during a transfer ceremony at the new NATO headquarters, Brussels, May 25, 2017 (AP photo by Evan Vucci).

The first year of the Trump administration might not have brought a wholesale transformation of American strategy, but it has set the stage for one. The coming months will show whether this was a reversible detour from the course America has followed for the past 70 years, or the beginning of the end of the post-World War II world order. Much is at stake in this very dangerous time. Since the defeat of the Axis powers in 1945, the United States has equated its national interests with a system of global order that attempted to minimize armed conflict and promote […]

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