With Joe Biden apparently poised to be America’s next president, Scott talks to Dave DeCamp about some possible foreign policy changes under the new administration. To begin with, DeCamp worries that Biden will use a recent uptick in violence as an excuse to keep American troops in Afghanistan indefinitely, basically the strategy he advocated as Vice President. On Israel, DeCamp says that Biden was known as one of the strongest zionists in Washington until Trump showed up, and so we can expect very little positive change on that front either. Finally, Scott and DeCamp discuss the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh and its implications for the rest of the world.
Discussed on the show:
- “Biden says US must maintain small force in Middle East, has no plans for major Defense cuts” (Stars and Stripes)
- “The US is secretly helping the Taliban fight ISIS in Afghanistan” (Washington Post)
Dave DeCamp is the assistant news editor of Antiwar.com, follow him on Twitter @decampdave.
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