Biden faces' Long American winter 'on diplomacy

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Winter is coming, the trees are losing their leaves, and President Joe Biden is disillusioned. For the United States, the outlook is bleak on both the international and domestic fronts: severe consequences of climate catastrophe, urgent political growth and military threats from Russia in Europe, and Chinese competition in the east. At home, the United States faces deep respect for its political system. Hawks in both parties decried Biden's concessions to Russia. First they want Washington to be decisive militarily


Aid for intervention; Then they believed that if the United States threatened to intervene militarily, Putin would back down. The backlash from congratulators, however, is not as loud as it once was, as they remember Trump's controversial ties to Russia. In the wake of the disastrous drawdown in Afghanistan, every opinion poll indicates that American society will never again support a new military engagement abroad


Intervention, which could turn into a serious international conflict. Strength and determination. While all possibilities cannot be ruled out, military invasion of Ukraine is now more likely to affect the stability of Kiev's rule. Biden's response was twofold: On the one hand, he said America can


The use of a whole set of economic and political sanctions threatens Russia and even blocks its access to the international financial system. Sanctions will have a serious impact on the Russian economy. In addition, the United States will have to find ways to preserve Ukraine's independence while taking care not to completely antagonize Russia


. Further supplies to Ukraine may be suspended, but there is no guarantee in any way that Ukraine will not become a member of NATO or the European Union. Perhaps American arms could assuage the Russian people's military concerns by reaching new agreements on strategic arms and conventional forces.


Biden faces' Long American winter '


Winter came, the trees lost their leaves, and President Joe Biden's illusions were shattered. For the United States, the international and domestic outlook is bleak: the dire consequences of climate catastrophe, the growing political and military threat from Russia in Europe, and fierce competition from China to the east. At home, America's political institutions face serious weakening.


Hawks on both sides of the aisle accused Biden of making concessions to Russia. First, they want Washington to intervene with decisive military assistance. Then they were convinced that if the United States threatened military intervention, Mr. Putin would back down. Republicans, however, are no longer as outspoken as they once were, as they all remember Trump's controversial ties to Russia.


In the wake of the disastrous drawdown in Afghanistan, every poll suggests that American society will never again support a new military intervention abroad that could escalate into a serious international conflict.


Putin is testing the strength and resolve of his American and European rivals. All possibilities cannot be ruled out, but rather than a military invasion of Ukraine, it is a question of affecting the stability of Kiev's rule.


Biden's response was twofold: On the one hand, he threatened Russia with sweeping economic and political sanctions against the United States, even blocking its access to the international financial system. Sanctions will have a serious impact on the Russian economy. On the other hand, the United States must find ways to defend Ukraine's independence while being careful not to directly provoke Russia.


The United States may suspend further arms shipments to Ukraine, but there is no guarantee that Ukraine will not become a member of NATO or the European Union. Perhaps the United States could assuage Russia's military concerns by, for example, negotiating a new agreement on strategic arms and conventional forces.


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