Since WWII, the U.S. has had what’s called the nuclear triad to deter a possible strike from an adversary: land-based missiles, submarine-launched missiles and long-range bombers.
After the war the U.S. also pursued what might be called an economic triad, which was immensely successful for us and the world. But this triad was abandoned long ago, to the detriment of all.
This segment of What’s Ahead explains each of this triad’s parts and why we should revive it. Unfortunately, the Biden Administration shows absolutely no inclination to do so.
This article was originally published by Forbes.com. Read the original article here.