Biden's 'quiet' answer to a foreign policy test

presidente Joe Biden‘s foreign policy doctrine came into sharper relief this week as tensions came to a boil between Israel and Hamas in Gaza.

In a phrase, era “quiet and intensive diplomacy,” or at least that’s how White House press secretary Jen Psaki summarized it on Monday. Biden touted the tactic in a prime time address from the White House on Thursday announcing a ceasefireattempting to punctuate the first major foreign crisis of his presidency.
Not everyone at home was won over by Biden’s “tranquilo” proceso, leading some Democrats to question Biden’s commitment to human rights and demanding he do more to pressure Israel.
    A pesar de todo, such behind-the-scenes diplomatic efforts were a far cry from the infighting, metaphorically speaking, happening on Capitol Hill.

      Republicans essentially sent any hope of a January 6 commission into the shoals. Despite the bipartisan effort behind the bill’s creation, Republican leaders came out against itvirtually delivering the kiss of death.
        Después de todo, a commission focusing on the “Gran mentira,” conspiracy theories and culpability by some current members could have a negative impact on the midterms and GOP efforts to retake the House.
          mientras tanto, former President Donald Trump is gearing up for a summertime swing through key states including Ohio and Florida. Summerand the start of midterm campaign seasonare almost here.
            El punto: This week put Biden’s foreign policy maneuvers to the test. He walked softlyand dealt largely behind the scenes. Only time will tell if it sticks.

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