There can be no doubt, President Donald Trump’s transactional approach to alliances forced the hands of many who had long been seen to take advantage of the US. This push towards greater allied autonomy is now being seen as a net benefit to the US and global security, with interesting implications for Australia, reports Defence Connect. The article quotes USSC director of foreign policy and defence Ashley Townshend and research fellow Brendan Thomas-Noone.
Trump disruption to prompt greater allied autonomy, despite Biden
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Ashley TownshendNon-Resident Senior FellowUnited States Studies Centre