Biden will face many challenges to bring unity in the divided US


Calling for national unity, Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th President of the United States at a time when divisions in US politics and society are greater than at any time in the politics.

But the bigger issue is that democracy in the United States is in a big crisis. The biggest proof of decline in US democracy in Donald Trump's four years is the January 6 armed attack on the capital of his supporters at the instigation of Trump.

 So when Joe Biden said in his speech that democracy is valuable, that democracy is fragile, that democracy has won at the moment, it indirectly reminds Americans that they have a responsibility to protect democracy.

No other president in recent U.S. history seems to have taken power on such a difficult time. Perhaps this is comparable to the beginning of President Abraham Lincoln's second term.

 The fact Biden can understand this situation, we can get that message is not only from Lincoln's quote in his speech, but also from his statement that, 'Few people in our history have faced such a challenge in a way that is more challenging than it is now. Or hard times. '

President Joe Biden has made it clear that "political extremism, white supremacy and internal terrorism" must be tackled. Never before has a US president pointed to such horrific trends in US society and politics.

President Joe Biden has made it clear that "political extremism, white supremacy and internal terrorism" must be tackled. Never before has a US president pointed to such horrific trends in US society and politics. 

However, these trends have remained a part of American society. But the question is, how to deal with these terrible trends? 

Those who have provoked and are provoking these tendencies are within mainstream politics. The fact that a large part of the Republican Party does not see these as problems is evident in their behavior.

 How the Biden administration will deal with all these problems without their cooperation remains a big question. Tensions have already been created in the Republican Party.

But what will happen to him will not be seen very soon. In addition, the immediate challenge for the Biden administration is to tackle the coronavirus and restore the economy.

"Recent weeks and months have taught us a sad lesson," Biden said in a statement. There is truth, there is falsehood. 

Lies are told for power and profit. As a citizen, as an American, especially as a leader, the leaders who have vowed to defend the Constitution and the nation have a responsibility to defend the truth and defeat lies. 

”Needless to say, in the last four years, especially since the November 3 election, Trump And President Biden pointed to the way the Republican Party has been lied to and the way claiming false election fraud has been pushed toward violence.

 It would not be wrong to consider this as his warning to the Republican Party.

Joe Biden's victory has brought relief to most people in the world. The fact that Biden's swearing-in and speeches have been watched with interest by people all over the world, with leaders of other countries seeking to understand what Biden will do in the future, is beyond doubt. 

But it is noteworthy that the least talked about in Biden's speech is international relations, foreign policy.

A recent US presidential inauguration speech compares whether international issues were so rare. "We will repair our alliances," Biden said. I will be connected with the world again. But it is not about tackling yesterday's challenges, it is about tackling today's and tomorrow's challenges. "

The absence of a detailed account of global politics suggests that the Biden administration is well aware of the diminishing image and influence of the United States over the past four years. 

Restoring this image is a big task for the Biden administration. 

In this sense, the realization and the absence of an international context in the discourse suggests that Biden will focus on finding an ultimate solution for the house. 


In this sense, the realization and the absence of an international context in the discourse suggests that Biden will focus on finding an ultimate solution for the house. 

But the role of the United States in world politics as well as tidying up the house will not end. "We will lead the world, not with our strength, but by setting an example," Biden said. Now wait to see how it is implemented.

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