Biden's First 100 Days Les Jeudis de l'Ifri
Up to today, whether with the vaccination campaign, the scale of the economic stimulus packages, or the steadfastness shown in the face of the Russian and Chinese leaders, President Biden has surprised with his pragmatism and his energy. If the professionalism of his teams contrasts with the practice of his predecessor, he nevertheless adopted some of the latter's policies, such as the return to certain forms of protectionism. Far from being a mere "Obama third term", the Biden presidency could thus be transformative in many ways.
Chair : Thomas Gomart, director of Ifri.
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Washington-Téhéran : l'élection de Joe Biden change-t-elle la donne ? Chroniques américaines, November 30, 2020
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