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US News Trump-Biden: two visions of American foreign policy

23:10  27 october  2020
23:10  27 october  2020 Source:   fr.euronews.com

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  Trump-Biden : deux visions de la politique étrangère américaine © AP Photo

"America First". From the first day of his mandate on January 20, 2017, Donald Trump had promised to toughen up his tone against the enemies of the United States. And this is what he notably did in the corrosive tweets that he exchanged with the North Korean leader.

Your browser does not support this video But against all odds, this belligerent rhetoric paved the way for a historic

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Singapore, in June 2018

, Donald Trump had indicated alongside the North Korean leader: "I believe that our entire relationship with North Korea and the Korean peninsula will be in a whole different situation than in the past. We both want to do something, we are both going to do something and we have developed a very special bond, "he assured. This diplomatic route should probably not be followed by Joe Biden - if elected - given

the lack of concrete progress

on the nuclear disarmament of North Korea. Tensions with China On the other hand, under the Trump presidency, American relations with China have deteriorated to the highest point, mainly due to a trade dispute whose negotiations are now frozen. Tensions increased when Donald Trump blamed Beijing,

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Donald Trump, "Putin's puppet"?

But it is perhaps on the subject of Russia that the two men have the most divergent positions. Donald Trump appeared reluctant to criticize the Russian president, even when the US secret service concluded that the Kremlin had interfered in the 2016 US presidential election.

For his part, Joe Biden indicated that he would take a much more stance firm with regard to Moscow.

During the first televised debate between the Democratic candidate and the incumbent president on September 29, Joe Biden said: "The point is that I directly confronted Vladimir Putin and I made it clear to him that we were not going not play his game. This man is Putin's puppet, "he said, pointing to Donald Trump.

What about Washington's relations with its allies?

But Joe Biden - if he wins the election - is unlikely to go back on one of the landmark diplomatic actions of the Trump presidency: the relocation of the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

However, it should restore the links of the United States with their allies, most of them having been widely criticized by Donald Trump.

As for American voters as a whole, the foreign policy of their country is rarely a priority for them during a presidential election, even more in the midst of a health and economic crisis.

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