President Trump has released his first national security strategy, a document that envisions confrontations with “revisionist” powers like Russia and China that are working against U.S. interests.
The White House published the 55-page strategy on Monday before the president was slated to tout it during a speech in Washington.
The two nations are “attempting to erode American security and prosperity” and are “determined to make economies less free and less fair, to grow their militaries, and to control information and data to repress their societies and expand their influence,” the strategy says.
To maintain the U.S.’s edge, the Trump administration is outlining a plan to de-emphasize international agreements in favor of a go-it-alone approach when confronting rivals on trade and security issues.
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