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U.S. intelligence chief warns allies may turn away from U.S. on trade

February 13, 2018 at 4:13 PM
Allies and partners of the United States may shift their global trade relationships away from the U.S. due to wariness about Washington’s interest in maintaining international commitments, according to the annual Worldwide Threat Assessment issued by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats. “China and Russia will seek spheres of influence and to check U.S. appeal and influence in their regions. Meanwhile, U.S. allies’ and partners’ uncertainty about the willingness and capability of the United States to maintain its international commitments...

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