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WH Trump ‘s” America First ” national security strategy
National Security Council official Michael Anton previews President of the Trump plan on ‘Fox & Friends.’
WASHINGTON — the prioritization of national sovereignty through alliances, President Donald Trump is ready to outline new national security strategy, Nations, returns in a constant state of competition, Obama-era warnings about climate change and de-emphasizes multi-national agreements, which dominated US foreign policy since the Cold war.
The Republican President who ran on a platform of “America First” will detail his plan Monday, a, the, implements, when complete, could dramatically the United States to change its relations with the rest of the world. The plan, according to senior administration officials, offered a preview Sunday, the focus is on four main topics: protection of the homeland and the way of life; the promotion of American prosperity; the peace through strength; and the advancing American influence in an increasingly competitive world.
Trump ‘ s doctrine holds that nation-States are in constant competition, and the US must protect the battle on all fronts and defend its sovereignty, from friend and foe alike. While the administration often says that “America First” is not “America Alone,” the national security strategy presented by Trump will make it clear that the United States stand up for themselves, even if that means acting unilaterally or alienating others, on issues such as trade, climate change and immigration, according to people familiar with the strategy.
The last such strategy document, prepared by President Barack Obama in the year 2015, declared climate change an “urgent and growing threat to our national security.” A senior official said the Trump plan removed that the determination to move to the administration of the threat from the Paris climate agreement, but will mention the importance of the protection of the environment.
Despite the risk of possible isolation, not presented by Trump ‘ strategy, its foundations are surprisingly. The Associated Press last week reviewed excerpts from a late draft, the 70-page document and spoke with two people familiar with him. The draft stresses that the United States must be guaranteed economic security, national security and the economic security with military force. And she said it would stress the United States are interested only in relations with other countries, including alliances such as NATO, in a fair and mutual.
Trump, according to the high-ranking officials, is also expected to discuss the threats that he was going to hold, as “rogue States” such as North Korea, and “revisionist powers” such as Russia and China, want to change the status quo, such as Moscow and its actions with Ukraine and Georgia, and Beijing in the South China sea. Trump is also planning to renew his call for the spending of the member States in the United Nations and NATO, more to the defense, said that the United States insist on its covenants in a fair and mutual.
The senior officials said, the document refers to China as “a strategic competitor”, rather than the stronger charges of “economic aggression” preview last week, the National security Advisor, H. R. McMaster.
Despite the international challenges, which the document cites emerging opportunities to promote American interests in the Middle East. “Some of our partners work together to reject radical ideologies and important leaders are calling for a rejection of Islamist extremism and violence,” it says. “The promotion of political stability and sustainable prosperity would contribute to a deterioration in the conditions that the fuel sectarian complaints.”
The strategy document claims that “for generations, the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians understood as the prime irritant prevention of peace and prosperity in the region. Today, the dangers of radical jihadist terrorist organizations and the threat posed by Iran, is the realization that Israel is not the cause of the problems in the region. States have increasingly common interests with Israel in the fight against common threats.”
The President is also the case that the US economic security, national security and economic security must be ensured by military force.
The criticism of Russia will come as a break from the last few warm words between trump and the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The leaders have spoken twice in four days, with Trump Putin calls him to reach out to thank you for the kind words about the US stock market, and Putin’s Trump to thank the CIA for help in stopping a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg.
The strategy paper is not explicit reference to Russian attempts, you said in the American political system, but an official, it would underline the importance of ensuring the resilience of American democratic institutions.
The early draft of the strategy will be reviewed by the AP, complained that America had itself at a disadvantage by participating in multi-national agreements, such as those aimed at combating climate change, and the introduction of the national policy.
The senior officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the plan before the President for his remarks.