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HOURS AFTER these words are first read, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. The weeks after the Republican candidate’s extraordinary election victory have seen a range of predictions as to how the role of the United States as a leading global – and military – power might change. How will the President of the pre-eminent superpower deal with traditional adversaries, such as Iran, North Korea and Syria?

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