Erik Brattberg is a Resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC.
Trump’s preference for competition over cooperation does not mean that his administration will jettison entirely America’s established global-security role.
The Trump administration's National Security Strategy paints a picture of a world order marked by growing strategic competition by China and Russia.
NATO's back with a new strategic role. Europe will need to step up to the plate.
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