As America had faced several racial protests and injustices during Trump’s era, Biden took a strong stance on racism in US and stated that racial injustice must be dealt with through broad economic and social programs to support minorities. Donald Trump’s vision of “Making America Great Again” and of capitalizing and fortifying the intrinsic capabilities of America is what sets him apart from the previous Obama regime. Trump’s Strategy in South Asia has been three-fold and its targets are primarily four countries: Afghanistan, India, Pakistan and China. With Biden coming into presidency, there is hope that the United States foreign policy might return to a pre-Trump era and even Republicans are hopeful for a return to the good order. The main issues with which Biden administration will struggle in the coming day will be in convincing the American people once again that global reengagement and multilateralism will help in improving the United States’ standing once again. Many of Biden’s aides are claiming that there is a possibility that America’s approach to problems can be reinvented and there is an effective policy blueprint for Biden’s first 100 days and those beyond which will fix most of what they can.
1-Amena Zahid BS Scholar, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan2-Noor Fatima BS Scholar, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan3-Zoha Fatima BS Scholar, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan