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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

TRUMP’S NEW DEFENSE STRATEGY. WHERE’S CLIMATE CHANGE? AND SPECIAL FORCES? | Newsweek

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The Pentagon has a new National Defense Strategy (NDS), its first in 10 years, and, on Friday, released an 11-page summary of it.

Signed by Defense Secretary James Mattis, the NDS flows from the broader national security vision outlined in President Donald Trump’s recently signed 2017 National Security Strategy (NSS), and it replaces the formerly required Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR).

As a foundational matter, we admittedly do not have access to the full contents of the more comprehensive classified version, but it’s fair to assume that the summary provided to the public serves as an accurate proxy.

Like most strategic documents of its nature, it has been both praised and criticized on various grounds. And it also raises some important questions.

Source: TRUMP’S NEW DEFENSE STRATEGY. WHERE’S CLIMATE CHANGE? AND SPECIAL FORCES? | Newsweek

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