WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is ready to make an overview of a national security strategy, which provides nations in a constant state of competition and de-emphasizes the multinational agreements which is dominated by the United States’ foreign policy since the Cold War.
The Republican chairman of the details of his plan Monday. They can change greatly from the United States’ relations with the rest of the world.
The plan is to focus on four themes: protection of the homeland and the way of life, the promotion of American prosperity, the demonstration of peace through strength and promoting the American influence in a competitive world.
Trump ‘ s doctrine holds that nation-states are in continual competition and that the US must fight on all fronts to protect and defend the sovereignty of friend and foe alike.