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Foreign policy challenges facing TrumpDuring his campaign, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump questioned the alliances and institutions that undergird the liberal world order, but he spelled out few specific policies. World order is more than just economics, and the United States remains central to it.Despite Trump's campaign rhetoric, the U.S. is not in decline.China will not equal U.S. military "hard power" or its "soft power" of attraction.Finally, there is Russia, a country in decline, but with a nuclear arsenal sufficient to destroy the U.S. – and thus still a potential threat to America and others.The U.S. is not in decline.
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