Since the 46th president of the United States Joe Biden entered the White House and began his term of service as commander in chief in January of 2021, the state of international politics has seriously deteriorated. Indeed, Bidens predecessor, the business mogul and reality tv star Donald Trump had adopted a policy of “peace through strength” when positioning America on the global stage. Largely, the world was safer because of this; Trump did not involve America into any new foreign conflicts. He crushed ISIS in the middle east, which had become a major problem at the end of the Obama presidency. Additionally, he became the first president to meet with a North Korean leader when he met with Kim Jong Un at an historic summit in 2018. At the very end of his term, he even managed to facilitate the Abraham accords, which many had hoped would bring peace to the middle east. Unfortunately, given the present state of the situation there, they appear to be null and void.
During the 2020 presidential campaign, Biden had demonized Trump, calling him a Russian agent and a friend of the Kremlin. Biden claimed he would be a tough president in terms of dealing with the Russians; he has governed in an opposite fashion. After removing sanctions that Trump had placed on the nation and allowing Putin to drill for oil in the North Atlantic, the country declared war on and invaded Ukraine, brining war back to Europe for the first time since 1945.
Additionally, Biden gave billions of dollars in frozen assets back to Iran in exchange for American prisoners. Shortly after, Hamas invaded Israel, and 1,000 civilians were murdered. As Islamist terrorists continue to oppose Israel, China has voiced their support for the terrorists. A state operated Chinese media outlet called the Global Times called for an immediate ceasefire in the nation of Gaza (where Israel is currently battling Hamas terrorists).