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President-elect Biden hopes to restore America’s global leadership on issues like trade, but populists in both parties may make his job a lot harder.
An interesting thread by Charles Grant, the director of the Centre for European Reform, who explains the impact of Donald Trump’s four years, Joe Biden’s election, and the coronavirus pandemic on global politics over the next decade.
America might be coming back under the new US president, Joe Biden, but this is not the same world or the same country it once was.
The Trump administration’s quest to curb relationships between its allies in the Middle East and China offers a preview of how big power rivalry in the region is likely to unfold. It also suggests the limits on the United States’ ability to reduce its commitment to regional security.
To be a world leader after 1945, the US had to be seen to be anti-racist. Now it no longer cares who is watching.