U.S. Role In The World

Explaining Trump’s Foreign Policy

By Michael Rubin ● Commentary Magazine ● 05/02/2017

Though it often seems that no clear ideological framework undergirds Trump’s foreign policy approach, his first months in office appear to reveal a pattern. A desire to ensure global order moderated by a reluctance to overextend military resources is perhaps a fitting way to describe the unfolding Trump doctrine.

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