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The two former national security advisers came from vastly different worlds to join in constructing the foreign policy tradition Trump seems ready to demolish.With Trump's election, this global architecture seems to be cracking. Trump is so inexperienced that it's hard to predict just where his foreign policy views will settle out. On a political level, the global system is already unraveling, and that should worry Trump, not cheer him.Here's where I wish Trump would listen to Brzezinski and Scowcroft and the traditional foreign policy consensus they represent. Eight years ago, I moderated a conversation with the two of them that was published as "America and the World". I asked Brzezinski what advice he would give Trump.New reports Thursday night said Trump named Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a combative and very political retired Army officer, to the national security adviser post held by Scowcroft and Brzezinski.That's the right question for Flynn and Trump.
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