With the US presidential election in November, Biden will face off againtrumpThe prospect of an election has loomed, and US allies are concerned about future alliance turmoil. Many countries believe that if Trump takes power again, it will be like a major earthquake. Furthermore, Trump’s current speeches have shocked all countries; Allies are worried that no matter who ultimately wins the presidential election, America will become increasingly untrustworthy.
The Associated Press reported on the 11th that American voters are divided and Congress is blocked. The next US President will not begin to deal with the causes.ukraineWhen we go to the Middle East, where there are wars all over the world, we are tired of the many challenges at home.
French President Emmanuel Macron was clear in his recent comments: America’s “first priority is always itself.”
In his first term in office, Trump has “stress-tested” the alliance between the United States and its allies, particularly Europe; He has ridiculed leaders of some friendly countries, such as former German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former British Prime Minister Theresa May, while also praising dictators such as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin. He also said that Chinese President Xi Jinping is very smart and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is a great leader.
In recent campaign speeches, Trump remained skepticalnatoOrganizations such as NATO often lament that the United States has spent tens of billions of dollars on NATO; And NATO support is vital for Ukraine to resist Russian aggression.
Trump warned NATO allies at a rally on the 10th that if he becomes president, he will encourage Russia to “take and demand” from countries that are unwilling to pay to support the alliance; He also posted on his social media platforms that in the future, all foreign aid donations to the United States will be eliminated and replaced with loans.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned that Trump risked endangering US troops and allied forces; He said in a statement on the 11th that “Any suggestion that the allies will not defend each other will harm the entire United States, including the United States’ security, endangering the US military and European military personnel. “
Biden considers aid to Ukraine a keystone and top moral priority; However, when he was elected president in 2020, he advocated the “withdrawal of the United States” on the global stage, but this has not been fully implemented. Republicans in Congress are blocking military aid to Ukraine, and American influence is unable to limit conflicts in the Middle East.
Thomas Gift, director of the Center for American Politics at University College London, said that no matter who wins the presidential election, the world will evolve in the same direction, toward a multipolar world in which the United States is no longer the “undisputed superpower.” , ,