AT THE CENTER
On Wednesday, April 27, the Center for the National Interest’s magazine The National Interest hosted leading Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump for a foreign policy speech as a part of its continuing coverage of the 2016 electoral campaign. Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Afghanistan and Iraq, introduced Mr. Trump. Ambassador KhalilzadRead More
"China's rapid ascent to great-power status has, more than any other international development, raised concerns about the future of the liberal international order."
"What happens when—not if—the United States and China have a minor-to-moderate incident in disputed waters?"
“I believe the United States should adopt a strategy of offshore balancing,...You don’t want to go to war unless you absolutely have to."
"I’m a supporter of American alliances because they do enhance our power worldwide, but if our allies aren’t prepared to bear the necessary burdens and take steps that strengthen U.S. security, then we will have a problem."
"I am deeply concerned by how contentious our foreign policy debates have become and hope, as we formulate an approach for the region, that we can pull back from our growing division at home."
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