President Donald Trump unveils his new National Security Strategy in a 2:00 PM EST speech on Monday. As laid out in a preview by National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, the NSS is not broken down by country, only by four broad categories:
Protecting the homeland;
Promoting American prosperity, which emphasizes the economy as a national security concern calling for the edge in areas such as space and cyber;
Preserving peace through strength, including upgrading the “instruments of information statecraft,” and
Advancing American interests, which focuses on identifying “new approaches to development” that can build up future American allies and trading partners and looking to the private sector to lead in investments abroad.
The NSS is the broadest of a series of upcoming strategic documents. It will be followed by the National Defense Strategy, then the Nuclear Posture Review and the Missile Defense Review, all to be released in early 2018.