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By Dan Restrepo, Fellow, Center for American Progress As the U.S. presidential primary season ramps up, candidate after candidate will come forward to lay out their national security vision. All will rightly highlight the importance of concluding the “Endless Wars;” returning the United States to the global effort to overcome the climate crisis; and the need to effectively arrest the global rise of authoritarianism and populism. The economic and security challenges posed by China will (and should) also feature prominently as each candidate outlines a path forward from January 20, 2021 on the global stage. If past is prologue, however, […]
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