The First 100 days: Implications for the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy
Will Joe Biden’s presidency fundamentally change U.S. domestic and global policy? U.S. president Joe Biden entered the White House on January 20, 2021 with dual priorities of unifying the country at home and reviving America’s international standing.
The first 100 days of a presidential term is seen as a critical period for the president to set the nation’s strategic priorities and signal its objectives for the next four years. How has U.S. foreign policy developed under the Biden administration? Will Joe Biden’s presidency fundamentally change U.S. domestic and global policy? Is the president pursuing a revolutionary set of policies or are we seeing a restoration of an earlier era? How is the rest of the world responding to this new president?
QI Director of Grand Strategy Stephen Wertheim joins a Chatham House panel.