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During Donald Trump's first year in the White House, the tension between the United States and these two countries increased markedly. As the U.S. domestic political environment has deteriorated, so, too, have America's relations with those that are perceived as its principal adversaries.When The principal threat to the U.S. today does not come from China or Russia; it comes from the confusion characterizing its own policies, owing to Trump's rejection of the very international order that the U.S. helped forge and defend for decades.U.S. military spending is by far the world's highest, almost three times that of second-place China, and almost nine times that of third-place Russia. Indeed, the U.S. spends more on defense than the following eight countries combined, and possesses the world's most sophisticated nuclear arsenal. What should alarm the U.S. most is not the multipolarity that has been evolving throughout this century.
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