New tactics are needed according to the main general of the United States | CBC News
The main general of the United States, Joseph Dunford, believes that competition with old enemies needs new tactics. He considers it that way since both Russia and China are working together to “undermine the credibility of the US and its allies”.
Likewise, Dunford believes that the world is currently witnessing the return of open competition. This competition is between the United States, its allies and the old adversaries of Russia and China. Similarly, for Dunford, it is necessary for the United States to adopt its military strategy. The purpose of this is to face the new challenges presented by the resurgence of these old enemies.
More words given by Joseph Dunford
Exactly, Dunford has expressed “The military dimension of that great power competition is, in fact, the efforts that China and Russia in particular have taken to undermine the credibility of the United States and its allies to fulfill the Alliance’s commitment. , either in Europe or in China”.
In the same way, he added, “We have a technological advantage over Russia and China” he said. “But if you look at the investments they have made in the last decade, they have invested at a higher rate for tomorrow than we have”.
It is necessary to point out that being the president of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of EE. UU., Dunford oversees the work of each branch of the armed forces of the United States. Therefore, he is responsible for meeting the objectives of the defense strategy.
For its part, Canada also faces similar challenges to respond to the ever-changing nature of security threats. Because of this, General Jonathan Vance, chief of the defense staff, has expressed his opinion. And for him, the Trudeau government’s defense policy requires the armed forces to adopt a more holistic approach to security issues. In the same way, it would take root working with the Americans to modernize NORAD. This would help deter Russian submarine incursions into the Canadian Arctic and address North Korea’s continued nuclear position.