Mackenzie Eaglen | Texas National Security Review
The administration’s National Defense Strategy says that “inter-state strategic competition,” not counterterrorism, is the principal concern of American national security. This means preparing American forces to win a high-intensity military confrontation with China and Russia.
From Strategy Bridge: “The year 2017 marked the 70th anniversary of the National Security Act of 1947. To commemorate the landmark legislation that powerfully shaped the American national security enterprise, over 60 prominent scholars, practitioners, and national security experts gathered at the United States Military Academy over the course of two years to consider national security reform in the modern era.”