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National Security Strategy Aims To Address New Challenges, Says Sullivan


The world is at an inflection point, and the new National Security Strategy unveiled Wednesday is designed to address this new world,” Jake Sullivan, National Security advisor, said.

Sullivan, who spoke today at Georgetown University, compared the situation to the immediate post-World War II era when then-President Harry S. Truman promulgated the strategy that ultimately toppled the Soviet Union.

As Truman did before him, this new strategy is Biden’s moment to define the challenges facing the United States and detail the steps needed to steer the U. S., its allies and partners through such perilous times.

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