The White House has released its 2015 National Security Strategy. It highlights America’s recovery from the financial crisis and the importance of leading in a challenged world. It also focuses on how the Defense Department will execute the rebalance to Asia and the Middle East. Jacob Stokes, a fellow at the Center for a New American Security, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to offer more analysis, as well as explain what separates this version from 2010’s.
The National Security Strategy finds some familiar rivals in China, Russia, North Korea and Iran.