Good Plan Poor Execution? Biden Losing Allies’ Confidence: Experts Warn ‘Poor Execution of Plan’

After the Afghanistan withdrawal. After AUKUS leaving France empty-handed. Lots of concerns are rising among allies over the credibility of the United States under President Biden. Is this a big problem, and in turn a hindrance to diplomacy in the future? Will our partners and allies become worried about “backstabbing”? Today we aim to explore the positive big ideas like AUKUS, yet poor execution like the Afghan withdrawal. How the relationship of “half and half” are playing out in the Biden Administration, and how they should look forward.

I have two special guests: Alexander Gray, senior fellow in National Security Affairs, and previously deputy assistant to the president and chief of staff in the National Security Council under President Donald Trump; and Richard Bitzinger, an independent international security analyst and defense researcher. They take us into the details and the greater political aspects AUKUS provides.

Join us for this part 2 episode—The shifting global order into the Indo-Pacific. How the US administration is doing with allies in the Pacific ocean.

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