The Homeland Security Digital Library provides a
strategic reckoning of what the U.S.. will be facing in 2021. It’s a lot.
The list is topped by rising tensions in the U.S. itself and the state of U.S.-China relations.
“According to the report, the ‘first priority must be to set our own house in order’ by overcoming the pandemic and ‘credibly deal[ing] with racial injustice, political polarization, and income inequality.’ Increasing domestic stability will aid in overcoming international issues by ‘restor[ing] the international community’s faith’ in the U.S., as well as solidify a competitive position in relation to China.”
It’s all represents a full plate of responsibilities for the next U.S. president, and all of us. Security takes awareness and appropriate actions.