Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP
Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP
Daniel Wagner
Opinion

Opinion

Daniel Wagner

US presidential election: between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, China is likely to prefer the devil it knows

  • Neither will change US policy on China but there is one key difference: Biden will repair ties with US allies, many of whom are also wary of Beijing and more inclined to take collective action against it in the future

Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP
Joe Biden (left) would gradually heal America’s self-inflicted wounds but President Donald Trump would continue America’s fractured relations with its allies. Photo: AP
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