All eyes on Trump's United Nations debut
By Elsina Wainwright
President Trump’s first visit to the UN General Assembly this week will indicate whether he intends to promote America’s global engagement or double down on America first. In the process it will give some sense of the power balance within the post-Steve Bannon White House between populist nationalists such as Stephen Miller, and supporters of US global and multilateral engagement, including National Security Advisor HR McMaster, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.
Read the full Lowy Institute article with commentary by CIC Non-Resident Fellow Elsina Wainwright here.