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US Election 2020
Now that the American people have elected Joe Biden as their next president, we examine the impact the new administration will have on international security and geopolitics.
In the run up to the US election, RUSI hosted events and published analysis examining the foreign policy and security implications.
With Joe Biden declaring victory, we will examine how his campaign promise of 'Restoring American Leadership' will differ from the last four years of 'America First' led by President Donald Trump.
The Impact of a Biden Presidency on the Middle East and North Africa
Commentary, 13 November 2020, by Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, Antonio Giustozzi, Michael Stephens, H A Hellyer and Tobias Borck
What Europe Needs on Russia from a Biden Administration
Commentary, 12 November 2020, by Neil Melvin
Biden in the White House: A New Lease of Life for the West?
Commentary, 10 November 2020, by Malcolm Chalmers
A Biden Presidency: Reset or Renewal?
Commentary, 9 November 2020, By Karin von Hippel
US and UK Intelligence and Security Relationship: The Way Forward – Together
Commentary, 3 November 2020, by John Scarlett
The Implications of the US Elections on the Iranian Nuclear File, and the Likely Positioning of the UK
Commentary, 2 November 2020, by Alistair Burt
Previous Briefings: Watch Again
The Incoming Biden Administration: Views from Iran
Iranian experts offer their perspective on the incoming Biden administration after four tumultuous years under the leadership of Donald Trump.
Impact of the US elections on the MENA
How the Results Will Impact International Security
Transatlantic Relations on Iran After the US Elections
The US Election: Foreign and Security Policy Challenges for the Next President
US Election 2020: What's in Store for Sanctions?
Countering Interference at the Next US Election
Elisabeth Braw talks about efforts to counter foreign interference at the next US Election.
Foreign Election Interference:
Washington is offering $10 million for tips that would help authorities prevent possible cyber interference in the November elections. Unusual, but not necessarily unworkable.