There are major notable geopolitical shifts taking place especially Trump’s position on Nato and the Russia/ China alliance.
Other than high tech weapons, there seems to be no clear way in which the US will fight or win future wars with the east.
Trump cemented his shift in posture toward the 28-nation military alliance as he stood alongside its leader at the White House on Wednesday.
As a candidate, Trump had dismissed NATO as “obsolete,” saying the post-World War II organization wasn’t focused on combating the growing threat from terrorism and complaining that too many members weren’t paying their fair share toward defense.
He struck an entirely different tone Wednesday, one he had been warming up to during frequent telephone conversations with his world counterparts.
“I said it was obsolete. It’s no longer obsolete,” Trump said of NATO at a news conference with Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg after they met in the Oval Office.
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