With the appointment of Joe Biden as president of the United States, the lawmakers of both the European Union and the United States have expressed their desire for a new dawn in transatlantic ties. Hence, the new president of the US was seen by MEPs as a chance to reinforce the EU-US relationship to tackle common challenges. Particularly emphasising the need to regulate tech giants.
Trump’s sanctions on the International Criminal Court only stressed a tendency that has always characterised the US approach towards the international criminal jurisdiction. Will anything change under Biden’s presidency?
Following the departure of Pres. Trump, will successor Pres. Biden change the tide of policy from environmental neglect to progress?
On January 6th, 2021, Capitol Hill has been sieged, and the temple of American democracy has been violated on world live television.
President-elect Joe Biden will inherit from the Trump administration a limping immigration system, which he has promised to reform. What changes can we expect? And how likely are they to materialise?
Boris Johnson recently announced an extra £16.5 billion in defence spending. Could this indicate a foreign policy strategy is beginning to be developed?
Does Biden’s presidency put the UK in a better position to secure a post-Brexit US trade deal, or was Trump better for Johnson?