Four months into the Joe Biden Presidency, foreign policy is rearing its ugly head in so many ways.
We have China claiming exclusive rights to much of the South China Sea, and creating naval issues with the United States and other nations that have territories in the Pacific.
We have Russia under Vladimir Putin being belligerent in so many ways, including claiming sole rights to much of the Arctic as climate change leads to melting of much of the ice in that region, opening up new potential for commerce and naval expansion, and being challenged by the US and other nations.
We have North Korea still engaged in nuclear testing and remaining a threat to South Korea and other Asian neighbors.
We have Iran remaining a threat in the Middle East, and the issue of trying to stop Iranian nuclear development.
We have the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which led to an 11 day war, and growing antisemitism around the world, and domestically in America.
We have the growing threat of authoritarianism spreading around the world in so many nations and regions.
We have the continuing global threat of climate change, and also of terrorism.
While the challenges are massive, Joe Biden came into the White House with the most foreign policy expertise since George H. W. Bush and Richard Nixon, so the nation is in good hands for these foreign policy challenges!