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Afghanistan
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US President Joe Biden’s Afghanistan Blunder

Former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates wrote in 2014 that Joe Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign-policy and national-security issue over the past four decades.” The hasty US withdrawal from Afghanistan is set to extend that pattern.
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The Gaps in Bidenomics by Robert Skidelsky

Policymakers seeking to stimulate the economy must pay more attention than past Keynesians did to avoiding inflation and ensuring that job creation at home is not offset by a drain of production capacity abroad. If the Biden administration is wise, it will adopt two radical policy proposals that address both issues.
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US Covid-19 catastrophe is Biden’s problem now

Biden has vowed to “manage the hell out of this operation”. There’s a ton of managing to be done, starting with the simple act of masking up, which has gone from public health tool to culture war in the Trump era.
Barack Obama and Joe Biden
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Obama endorses Biden for US President

In Tuesday's video, Obama did not mention sitting President Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, but took a shot at the administration's handling of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Endless Drug War
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A Half-Century of Endless Drug War

With his evidence-based, public-health approach to drug policy, US President Joe Biden is signaling that America’s longstanding strategies of repression and punishment have failed. The US should also champion a similar shift toward harm-reduction policies internationally.
New China Taiwan Map
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Understanding Taiwan

US-Sino relations hinge on, 'One China Policy', it acknowledges that, there is only one Chinese Government. The US recognises its formal ties with China. With Taiwan the US shares independent strong "unofficial" relations.
Modi in Quad Summit Tokyo
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Quad Tokyo summit: Challenges

Under Quad, the vibrant democracies -- US, Japan, Australia and India are representing different regions looking to build a security architecture using concept of democratic peace.