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Is Trump's Foreign Policy Non-Interventionist? Not So Fast

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At a “thank you” rally for his supporters near Fort Bragg, the largest U.S. army base, President-elect Trump introduced his nominee for defense secretary and called for an end to "the destructive cycle of intervention and chaos.” That struck some commentators as a call for a “non-interventionist” approach to world affairs. But as VOA’s Masood Farivar reports, Trump’s foreign policy remains a work in progress if not a bundle of contradictions.

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