Its Aman..I am a keen current affairs watcher and observer. I write about politics and current affairs from all over the world
Global superpower America is successfully entering a new democratic era with the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. On this happy occasion, I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to the people of Pakistan on the election of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States and wish him well. But in the United States, the champion of democracy, this time, the confluence of ancient and modern traditions was seen in a unique way. Contrary to American tradition, millions of people who used to welcome the newly elected president were not allowed to attend the ceremony due to the severity of the Corona epidemic, but numerous American flags were waved to represent them, as in the past. Not only did they spread the word of happiness, but a new tradition of performing artists virtually online was also established, people were also asked to sit in their homes and watch this memorable event on TV and on social media. I call the presidential election unique in another way: for the first time in the history of the United States of America, after the election results went awry, former President Trump not only refused to recognize the election results, but his supporters The uproar over the Hill building has tarnished America's positive democratic image on the world stage, and for the first time in world history, a head of state has appeared helpless in front of social media outlets. Accounts blocked due to security breach. Today is the Trump story The past is gone and the eyes of the world are now on the new US president as to what policies he will make during his tenure.
I have made it clear in my remarks after Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election that a change of government in the United States does not change state policies but the pursuit of American national interests determines friend and foe. In light of this, the Trump administration will immediately reconsider some of its critical policies, such as Biden seeking to rejoin these global agreements on a priority basis, including the Paris Agreement, accession to the WHO, and the Iran nuclear deal. Since Trump separated the United States during his four-year term, I think Joe Biden's "America Is Back" slogan makes it clear that he wants a return to America's soft power. Services for the protection of human rights, inventions in the field of science, achievements on the space front, outstanding achievements in the field of medicine, fascinating Hollywood film creations and enrollment of foreign students in American higher education institutions have made the United States an invincible world power. Granted the status of Undoubtedly, bilateral relations between Pakistan and the United States have been volatile in the past.
Biden and Asia
Historically, the reigns of Republican US Presidents, including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bush Sr., George W. Bush and Donald Trump, have been ominous omens for Pakistan. The Abbottabad operation has been a laughing stock for us globally. However, to my knowledge, the newly elected Democrat President Joe Biden has a soft spot for Pakistan. Unlike previous heads of state, he has visited Pakistan before becoming president. In 2008, as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he spent billions of dollars on Pakistan under the Kerry-Lugar Bill. He was also awarded Pakistan's second-highest civilian honor, the Hilal-e-Pakistan, in recognition of his outstanding services to improving Pak-US relations. He recently led his team after being elected President of the United States. Citizens of Pakistani descent and Kashmiri women Has also been added. Few people are aware that the new US president, Joe Biden's son Bo Biden, who lost his life to a deadly disease like cancer, made strenuous efforts as vice president during the Obama administration to fight cancer. This shared value of serving brings him closer to the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who successfully completed a grand project such as the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital after losing his mother to cancer. He is a good man with a human condition, and because of his great personality, Americans are hoping that his rule will improve the social and economic conditions of the people, and that the United States will once again be a lost world. A major challenge for Biden is to keep the United States united internally. I believe that those who have suffered the loss of their close relatives will understand the plight of the innocent people affected by the Biden wars and will play a leading role in the peaceful resolution of global conflicts. It is hoped that under Biden's administration, not only will Pak-US relations be further strengthened, but the two traditional allies will usher in a new era of close cooperation.
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