Biden administration to have ‘very different’ approach to foreign policy

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    The US Studies Centre’s Brendon O’Connor says Joe Biden’s government will have a “very different” approach to foreign policy, compared to President Donald Trump’s administration. Mr Biden named his national security and foreign policy team on Tuesday consisting of Antony Blinken, as secretary of state, Alejandro Mayorkas, as secretary of homeland security, Avril Haines, as director of national intelligence, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, as ambassador to the United Nations, Jake Sullivan, as national security adviser, and John Kerry as special presidential envoy for climate. “Many people who served for Barack Obama, John Kerry at the age of 76 years old is wheeled back out,” Mr O’Connor told Sky News. “A lot of people that Biden knows personally, a lot of people that have a track record strongly believing in multilateralism, working with allies and believing America has a big role to play in the world.”

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