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US Foreign Policy During the Biden Regime.
« on: December 02, 2020, 02:24:51 pm »

Scroll down to the 4th. paragraph to read the real meat in the article!

For all his experience, however, Biden has also backed controversial policies and made bad calls during his decades in foreign policy. As a senator, he opposed authorizing Operation Desert Storm, to oust Saddam Hussein’s Iraq from Kuwait, in 1991; it succeeded with lightning efficiency. He then supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003; it was an epic failure that dragged on for years. In 2006, he co-authored a widely criticized Op-Ed in the Times that proposed the division of Iraq into autonomous Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish statelets—the kind of territorial split that isis achieved by carving out a Sunni caliphate between 2014 and 2019. Biden is “a man of integrity” who is “impossible not to like,” the former C.I.A. director and Defense Secretary Robert Gates wrote in his memoir, in 2014. Gates then said of Biden, “He has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”

Let's just hope Biden's not wrong on any important matters, such as pushing Putin  closer to the brink. There's little doubt that Obama had embarked on a foreign policy of aiding US goals pushing Nato countries to more opposition and interference in Russia's affairs.

Much has changed and now Russia is back with immense power and won't be willing to be pushed any further!
China says so too!
« Last Edit: December 02, 2020, 02:33:34 pm by Montgomery »
It was believed afterward that the man was a lunatic, because there was no sense in what he said. ~M.T.

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