President Trump will outline his goals for military modernization and economic advancement when he unveils his national security strategy Monday. The document — which every president is required by law to produce — offers a blueprint for Trump's military and foreign policy. It could help to guide future decisions on defense spending, trade negotiations and international cooperation.
Trump is set to showcase the strategy with an afternoon speech at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington.
Administration officials say the strategy is built around four pillars: protecting the homeland; promoting prosperity; peace through strength; and advancing American influence.
It also identifies three types of challenges: revisionist powers such as Russia and China; rogue regimes like North Korea; and transnational actors such as ISIS.