The Biden administration is making a welcome change in foreign policy

Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, U.S. foreign policy has been overtaken by a series of domestic priorities wherein national security interests have been buried under slogans. The “endless wars” in the Middle East have tested the patience of the electorate, while public “red-blue” division reminds one of the “blue-gray” divide that nearly cost the republic its sovereignty.

Read more at The Washington Post