The United States could lose an upcoming war and this would have an effect on Canada | CBC News

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War James Alexander Michie

"Doubts about the ability of the United States to dissuade and, if necessary, defeat opponents and fulfill their global commitments have proliferated".

It is necessary to clarify something and it is that in such a case that the United States faces a security crisis, without a doubt Canada will also do so.

This week, a report has emerged from the special commission, presented to the United States Congress. There one of the evaluations was delivered considerably more raw, even surprising.

And it is that the independent and non-partisan review of the National Defense Strategy 2018 of the Trump government said that the United States could lose future wars with Russia or China. Of course, this is really alarming and not only for EE. UU

This document was written by 12 leading experts in defense and security, which has 116 pages and is also read in it, “This commission believes that the United States has reached the point of a full-blown national security crisis”.

Coupled with this, it is also understood, “If the United States had to fight against Russia in a Baltic contingency, or China in a war for Taiwan, the Americans could face a decisive military defeat”.

For a Canadian defense expert, a re-evaluation, perhaps even a complete rewrite, of the liberal government’s own defense policy is necessary.

In the report of the commission, it is possible to detail with extreme precision the type of geopolitical threats that Washington faces of rivals and enemies in many levels and in multiple spheres.

Important points of the report

“The ability of the United States to defend its allies, its partners and its own vital interests is increasingly in doubt if the nation does not act quickly to remedy these circumstances, the consequences will be serious and long-lasting”.

“Doubts about the ability of the United States to dissuade and, if necessary, defeat opponents and fulfill their global commitments have proliferated”.

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Source: Murray Brewster |CBC News

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