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Polarized American society warrants caution of another civil war
An annual assessment might be in order now that the world has seen one year of Biden in the White House. How has he fared domestically and globally? What are the challenges ahead of him? To answer these questions, Iran Daily conducted an exclusive interview with Amir Ali Abolfath, an expert in US affairs, based in Tehran. Abolfath argues that Biden has set a weak presidential record so far, though not entirely out of his own fault.
America’s unipolarity train has left the station
U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration seems to be embroiled in too many crises, small and large, both domestically and overseas, which, compounded by an adversarial (if not outright antagonistic) GOP in the Congress, might keep him from making any meaningful, let alone substantial change. Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history, does Biden have the political intention, will or capital to meaningfully reverse anything which needs be reversed for the benefit of Americans?
Biden warns of peril from Trump’s ‘dagger’ at democracy
U.S. President Joe Biden forcefully blamed Donald Trump and his supporters Thursday for holding a “dagger at the throat of democracy” with election lies that sparked last year’s deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol, using the anniversary of the attack to warn that America’s system of government remains under urgent threat.
Putin tells Biden new sanctions over Ukraine could rupture ties
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned his US counterpart Joe Biden that imposing new sanctions over Ukraine could lead to a complete breakdown in relations.
U.S. president signs $770 billion defense bill
U.S. President Joe Biden signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, for fiscal year 2022, which authorizes $770 billion in defense spending, the White House said on Monday.
Biden says crafting plan for Russia-Ukraine crisis
US President Joe Biden said on Friday he is developing comprehensive initiatives to prevent any Russian invasion of Ukraine as US intelligence officials reportedly claimed that Moscow is planning to do so early next year.
North American leaders hail ties but fail to resolve tensions
The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico hailed their reinvigorated partnership after their first summit in five years, but nagging tensions over trade and immigration remained largely unresolved.
Xi warns Biden about 'playing with fire' on Taiwan
Chinese President Xi Jinping used a virtual summit with US counterpart Joe Biden to warn that encouraging Taiwanese independence would be "playing with fire".
U.S. lawmaker looks to block first major Saudi arms deal under Biden
Democratic U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar filed legislation on Friday seeking to block the sale of $650 million air-to-air missiles to Saudi Arabia, the first major arms sale to the kingdom during President Joe Biden's administration.
China, Russia hit back after Biden criticises Xi, Putin COP26 no-show
China and Russia hit back Wednesday against criticism by US President Joe Biden, who had accused Beijing and Moscow of not showing leadership after President Xi Jinping and President Vladimir Putin skipped the make-or-break COP26 United Nations summit in Glasgow.
Khashoggi widow urges US to hold Saudis accountable three years later
Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi's widow on Friday questioned US President Joe Biden's commitment to hold the kingdom accountable three years after the writer's brutal murder.

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