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In the upcoming US presidential election, foreign policy is set to play a more prominent role than usual, according to Harvard Kennedy School professor Stephen Walt. The economy is not helping President Biden as much as expected, and there are few significant success stories to highlight in his foreign policy. In a recent interview on GZERO World with Ian Bremmer, Walt discusses the potential impact of a second term for either Biden or Trump on US foreign policy.

Walt suggests that the differences between Biden and Trump in terms of foreign policy may not be as drastic as some may believe. While there are crucial differences between the two candidates, particularly in their attitudes towards globalism and nationalism, on key issues, the gap between them is not significant. For example, in the case of China policy, Biden has refined and continued many of Trump’s approaches, particularly focusing on high-tech.

Despite potential similarities in outcomes in regions like the Middle East and Ukraine, Walt believes that Trump’s second term could lead to a less supportive stance towards Europe and NATO. He emphasizes that Trump is a nationalist and unilateralist, whereas Biden is more of a globalist and internationalist. This key difference could significantly impact US foreign policy in the coming years.

To learn more about these insights and analysis, viewers can watch GZERO World with Ian Bremmer every week on gzeromedia.com/gzeroworld or on US public television. Local listings should be checked for the show’s schedule.

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