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Originally posted by the Christian Science Monitor:
Barack Obama undertakes his last overseas trip as president this week with an adjusted mission in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory: to reassure allies and partners about continuing support for them and America’s unwavering global leadership.
“The most meaningful message Europe can send Trump is a simple one: a guarantee to increase defense spending to the 2 percent level required by NATO,” said Alan Mendoza, executive director of The Henry Jackson Society, a British think tank promoting a robust US foreign policy based on strength and Western principles, in a statement.
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