Biden’s foreign policy

Democratic candidate Joe Biden has won the controversial American presidential election of 2020. The newly elected president is, however, set to face a host of foreign policy challenges. These challenges stem from President Trump’s deviation from the traditional American approach to foreign policy. President Trump pursued unilateralist, transactional, and undisciplined foreign policy. Most of his foreign policy decisions were whimsical, unpredictable and based on his personal relationships with foreign leaders. Most notably, his twitter rants also set the foreign policy agenda. In contrast, President-elect Biden brings decades-long experience in foreign affairs. He has previously served as the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Vice President. Read More…

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