February 4th (, President Biden delivered his first foreign policy speech after meeting with State Department officials. In nearly 20 minutes, Biden first emphasized: “America is back”.
He said that the United States will focus on re-rehabilitating its relations with NATO allies, Japan, South Korea and other countries.
On the premise of ensuring that the economic interests and intellectual property rights of the United States are fully protected, the United States is ready to strengthen cooperation with China.
Biden said that the United States and its allies closely followed the situation in Myanmar, called on the military to give up force, release the detained senior government officials as soon as possible, hold elections peacefully under the premise of ensuring that the rights of the people of Myanmar are inviolable, and resume domestic communication restrictions.
The United States is considering imposing new sanctions on Myanmar.
In addition, Biden said that U.S. Secretary of Defense Austin and Secretary of State Blincoln will work together to re-examine the global military strategic deployment of the United States, suspend the military redeployment plan in Germany, and take measures to end the Saudi and Houthis armed forces that have lasted in Yemen for a long time and caused a serious humanitarian crisis as soon as possible.
Military conflict. Biden also said that the United States and Russia had just reached an agreement to extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty for five years to 2026, and the United States is committed to effective arms control.
Biden stressed that the new foreign policy of the United States is the domestic policy of the United States, and the fundamental foreign policy is to protect the interests of the American people.