How Biden will change America’s foreign policy with the major powers in the world
After Joe Biden is close to winning the presidency of the United States of America, the foreign policy will change radically with some countries and others will follow the same approach as Trump.
Trump, who has always been supportive and praises of dictators, may not be pursuing the same approach as Biden.
As for the major countries, it comes at the forefront
Joe Biden’s policy may not differ from Donald Trump towards China by taking strict positions towards the Chinese capital, Beijing, but the method of implementation will differ. Trump has accused China of spreading the Corona virus and a campaign was launched to boycott China’s technology, which led to the deterioration of the relationship between China and the United States
Trump has objected to Russia’s policy and imposed sanctions on it
While Biden seeks to preserve treaties with Moscow, pledging to extend the treaty without any conditions in case he won the elections, while Russia described him as a strong opponent and accused it of paying rewards to the Taliban for targeting US forces in Afghanistan.
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Joe Biden announced that he is fully prepared to re-sign an agreement to reduce the sanctions imposed on Iran in exchange for a reduction in its nuclear activity.
Trump had canceled the agreement on the pretext that the agreement was weak compared to what Iran threatens the United States because of its nuclear activity
Biden’s policy will change with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and he will stop US support for the war that Saudi Arabia is waging against Yemen due to disagreements in the US Congress because of America’s assistance to Saudi Arabia in its war against Yemen.
The Zionist entity
Biden will follow the same policy as Trump in praising normalization with the Arab countries and admitting that settlements are the right of the Zionist entity, as Biden was not mentioned in any speech that has the word of occupation.