"I will rejoin the Paris climate agreement on day one of a Biden administration & then convene a summit of the world’s major carbon emitters, rallying nations to raise their ambitions and push progress further and faster." on his global agenda
The next president will have to salvage our reputation, rebuild confidence in our leadership, and mobilize our country and our allies to rapidly meet new challenges — like future pandemics. We need a leader who will be ready on day one.
Joe Biden on a post-Trump foreign policy.
Biden lays out his foreign policy agenda in new piece. Among tangible policy proposals: put refugee admissions cap at 125k, ending US support for Saudi campaign in Yemen, rejoin Iran deal if Iran comes back into compliance, extend New START
“As a nation, we have to prove to the world that the United States is prepared to lead again—not just with the example of our power but also with the power of our example.” outlines his foreign policy vision
"As a nation, we have to prove to the world that the United States is prepared to lead again—not just with the example of our power but also with the power of our example." via
How would a President Biden address China? Iran? Climate change? outlines his foreign policy vision here
If we continue Trump’s abdication of global responsibility, then one of two things will happen, writes. Either someone else will take the United States’ place, but not in a way that advances our values, or no one will, and chaos will ensue.
Biden has a great platform, which includes re-entering Paris Accord.
“We must once more harness that power and rally the free world to meet the challenges facing the world today,” writes . “It falls to the United States to lead the way. No other nation has that capacity. No other nation is built on that idea.”
Presidential candidate outlines his plan to rescue U.S. foreign policy after Trump
for years people like and courageous anti-corruption activists have insisted that kleptocracy is a danger to security and a decent world. Finally (finally!) it's top US foreign policy billing...well done.
Ahead of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, read presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden’s essay on U.S. foreign policy after Donald Trump
"I will also take steps to tackle the self-dealing, conflicts of interest, dark money, and rank corruption that are serving narrow, private, or foreign agendas and undermining our democracy" - this is where the change has to begin via
“Democracy is not just the foundation of American society,” writes. “It is also the wellspring of our power ... It is the heart of who we are and how we see the world—and how the world sees us.”
How would a President Biden address Iran? China? Climate change? In a new essay, the presidential candidate outlines his foreign policy vision.
Biden in Foreign Affairs: Why America Must Lead Again via
Not a joke: Barack Obama's vice president has penned a new foreign policy essay titled, "Why America Must Lead Again"
The next president will face the enormous task of picking up the pieces left by President Trump. They will have to salvage our reputation, rebuild confidence in our leadership, and mobilize the world to meet new challenges. There will be no time to lose.
Usually when major candidates write about FP, in major journals, they are not scrutinised, because the main points are targetted towards mass consumption, but even by that standard...this is just a dump of contradictions.
This is an excellent series of essays by Biden in on how he will lead foreign policy and make America respectable again