foreign-policy

Feared by Enemies, Understood by Allies

An Administration that is serious about leadership will be honest with the American people and with our allies about the threats to peace and vital U.S. interests around the world. Broadly speaking, there are five: Islamist terrorism, a Russia that threatens stability in Europe, a China that is trying to expand its hegemony over the Asia–Pacific, and the rogue nations of Iran and North Korea.

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