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China Daily / 2020-11 / 28 / Page004

Biden must not hype South China Sea issue

By Wu Shicun | China Daily | Updated: 2020-11-28 00:00

Now that the incumbent US president has nebulously conceded defeat in the US presidential election, Democratic candidate Joe Biden seems set to be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Jan 20.

But will a new US administration also mean a change in the US' foreign policy, especially its Asia-Pacific strategy?

If Biden were to become president, the US is likely to return to multilateralism, and its foreign policy will accord priority to "alliances" and "liberal democratic ideology". It is also likely that his national security team will include senior officials who served the Barack Obama administration. He has already named veteran diplomat Tony Blinken as the new secretary of state.

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