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With the U.S. Air Force Secretary, Deborah James having described Russia as “the biggest threat” to the American interests on Wednesday, July 8, the latest version of the “National Military Strategy of the United States” seems to echo James.
The document has alredy generated a wave of expert comments.
Within Russia, the media focus has been on two of its provisions, especially the one that refers to Russia as a “revisionist power.”
For the authors of the National Military Strategy, the solution lies in building military infrastructure at the regional level.
Not by accident is the first objective in a hypothetical conflict to thwart the primary goals of the aggressor.
This is possible only with real U.S. forces on the ground in problem areas (from Washington’s viewpoint).
In a sense, the Americans plan to tweak their technical means with a view to implementation.