The installation of Joe Biden as president of the United States of America will have strong foreign policy implications.
Countries such as Hungary and Poland will be in the Biden administration’s crosshairs based on the incoming president’s previous statements condemning their allegedly “totalitarian” governments.
When he was asked about the Trump administration’s foreign policy, Biden responded, “You see what’s happened, in everything from Belarus to Poland to Hungary, and the rise of totalitarian regimes in the world, and as well, this president embraces all the thugs in the world.”
Gladden Pappin, the co-founder of American Affairs, wrote in a piece for Newsweek that Poles and the Hungarian foreign minister criticized Biden’s remarks. The incoming President’s comments are part of a broader trend that the liberal Left and the acceptable Right are engaging in, where they label any regime with nationalist and traditional political tendencies as “fascist”, “authoritarian”, and/or “totalitarian.” Apart from being intellectually lazy, these labels do these countries an injustice as far as the political paths they’ve embraced.
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