The United States and the world breathed a sigh of relief after the swearing-in of 46th US President Joe Biden in Washington last week. Under President Trump’s supervision, the United States had returned to normalcy, with and without President Trump, making both situations more vulnerable to conflict and conflict. After the incumbent President Trump’s departure for Florida provoked a coup on Capitol Hill, the American people were reassured that he had finally given up after accepting the impeachment motion. A criminal investigation in the Senate next month may ultimately darken its political future, but it will certainly brighten the future of American democracy with domino effects. How ironic when he was the sole recipient of the insult? His self-righteousness shattered the extraordinary tradition of hundreds of years of peaceful transition of power in American democracy as he withdrew from the swearing-in ceremony. He missed the opportunity to overcome the damage. He did not really see the depths of arrogance in the history of the country which was not observed.
President Joe Biden, in his inaugural address, echoed the right-wing sentiment when he urged fellow Americans to break away from the terrible legacy of their predecessors, and to agree that the Cove 19 Unemployment with a number of challenges, racism, climate change, and a strong commitment to getting the economy back on track. The president was speaking from the heart when he confidently declared that American democracy had been “tried and tested.” Those who started the uprising earlier this month to overthrow the election results were humiliated by the humiliation that is spreading on all sides towards the supporters of domestic terrorism. His mismanagement of American democracy began with the redemption of democracy as it emerged stronger than ever. The President’s stifling speech made it clear that the people of this country would never allow this ugly situation to be repeated by thugs and thugs.
The inaugural ceremony of the President of the United States of America reminded Pakistanis of the moment and heartfelt time when the transfer of power from the PPP government to the Pakistan Muslim League took place in 2013 at the Aiwan-e-Sadr in Islamabad. The scenario was completely blamed on the constitution and constitution-making that has been going on since the transfer of power. The optics was astonishing as the swearing-in ceremony was attended by the top leadership of both the parties. The absence of outgoing US President Trump at the inauguration ceremony of the United States was evident, thus making the transfer of power in Pakistan a comparative advantage. Awan Sadr, Islamabad, was born out of a democratic spirit as the leadership of both the parties was present with a sense of democratic progress which is a reflection of their democratic commitment. The PPP is satisfied as it is going to hand over the process of democratic evolution in the country to another democratically elected winning party.
President Asif Ali Zardari’s daughter Asifa Bhutto’s gesture was melting like a heart when she welcomed the PML-N leadership and presented a beautiful bouquet representing the victory of democracy in the Presidency. , In which no effort was spared in the promotion and stabilization of anguish. Constitutional rule and parliamentary politics in the country. It was worth the struggle because the ideology is tantamount to paying a tremendous tribute to Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed who paid the last price for the restoration of democracy in Pakistan who stood up to the forces of dictatorship and extremism that wreaked havoc in the country. Paid the last price for the restoration of democracy in Pakistan. At that time, the responsibility for the restoration of democracy lay largely with the lady who fought the enemies of democracy with remarkable foresight, courage and wisdom.
US President Joe Biden’s inaugural address was in fact the most controversial statement of former President Trump, notorious for his hegemony, separatism and arrogance. He will not feel ashamed of demonizing people in the media and in public life for no reason. As a result of its strong fascist tendencies, the Republic lost the American title, for example. Tribute to the American people who got rid of them. Joe Biden would certainly have followed in his footsteps by denouncing his legacy, which had made the world less secure in American society in general and in particular. People all over the world also welcomed this change because his juggernaut had rapidly divided the world for peace, security and harmony. The only exception was Afghanistan, where it threw all its weight into discouraging the election prospects. He failed in both.
In foreign relations, the trade war and their co-ordination against China, which was originally wrapped up in KwaZulu-Natal, necessarily refuted the acceptable principles of diplomacy aimed at considering it as a vote-winning strategy. The use of domestic circles is to clarify anti-China sentiments. He wanted to appease Israel and the Israeli lobby for its anti-Iranian policies in the Middle East. The imposition of harsh and economic sanctions on Iran was a continuation of their hostility, which led to the appreciation of Iran’s nuclear deal. Israel’s excessive inclination has ruled out a two-way solution to the long-standing Palestinian problem. The US and NATO allies were equally disappointed as they were urged to pay the maximum price in exchange for providing a “security umbrella” against possible Russian aggression. It was, in fact, a compelling problem for the world’s collective community. The president of the United States, as the leader of the only superpower, has taken on the role of a trouble shooter. But, he proved to be very disappointed. Hopefully the next US president will not disappoint the world. If his party’s ideology and his own thinking is a prominent leader of the party, then his expectations are justified with it. President Trump’s level of comfort with the world’s warlords, including the Israeli prime minister, the Indian prime minister, and the North Korean leader, was extremely low.
Relations between the United States and China may not improve on a fast track in the near future under the post-US administration, but they are likely to deteriorate. The Biden administration, like the Obama administration, will rely on diplomatic engagements rather than ending the Trump administration’s characteristic diplomatic turmoil. The strategic partnership between the United States and India can stay on track as US foreign policy considers strengthening India militarily, economically, politically and diplomatically as a counterweight to China. During the Biden administration, US-Russian relations focused on human rights abuses, particularly in the context of NATO allies and the arrest of the opposition leader. Nuclear weapons reduction between Russia and the United States could find a new impetus. The covert diplomacy between Trump and Putin may now be a thing of the past, as the new US administration is likely to establish its relations with Russia in the full public eye of the media. FBI intelligence has slammed the Russian Schengen administration for denouncing Biden for supporting his rival ahead of the US presidential election, in part to deviate from the new US administration’s memo. It may take some time.
President Joe Biden’s decision to sign an executive order lifting visa bans on Muslim-majority countries was welcomed, making it one of his top priorities. Of course. The image of the country in the Muslim world will improve. This was imposed by the former president irrationally and erroneously which is a reflection of his mindset full of provocative pleasures of Islamophobia.
Pakistan can continue to be associated with the United States because it can help the superpower emerge from the war in Afghanistan, which is unpopular and invincible. According to the New York Times, افغان 95.9 trillion in taxpayer money and the deaths of more than 2,000 soldiers in the Afghan war are still being counted. During the Senate hearing, the new Secretary of Defense’s claim outlined his preference for military-to-military relations, and it appears that the civilian part of the government has been left out. This will not benefit the government and the issue should be raised through diplomatic channels that such immovable statements cannot create an environment conducive to building relationships based on mutual respect and mutual interest.
Pakistan has other compelling reasons not to go in the wrong direction as it needs friendly relations with the United States more than the superpower. To correct the view, it can be mentioned that the United States is a major importer of Pakistani textile products which is a major part of our foreign exchange earnings. Pakistan desperately needs the financial support of international financial organizations, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the IMF, where the United States has the final say despite the sword (FATF) hanging over Pakistan. With Pakistan’s foreign policy in the forefront of diplomatic eyeballs, the ‘Balance Act’ may have to be carried out with extreme caution. Pakistan’s foreign policy cannot choose to establish relations with the United States or China at the expense of either of the two major powers. We believe that Pakistan’s Foreign Office is well aware of the inevitability of the Balance Act. The other influential person can also look at the Foreign Office.