(NBC News) The White House outlined a new National Security Strategy plan Friday designed to set out the president's priorities for protecting the nation from enemies, leveraging global alliances and advancing peace and "universal values" around the world.
The new document, highlighted by a speech Friday afternoon by top national security adviser Susan Rice, updates a 2010 policy outline and reflects newly developing challenges like cyberterrorism and the growth of ISIS.
"Our interests are enduring, but in many respects, 2015 is a whole new ballgame," Rice said. "Much has changed in the last five years."
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