Video Duration 24 minutes 52 seconds
From: The Bottom Line

What will US foreign policy look like after the 2020 election?

US elections have global impact, and much is at stake next month for Russia, China, Iran and the rest of the world.

Nicholas Burns spent 27 years as a diplomat for the United States, and now advises the campaign of presidential hopeful Joe Biden on international politics. He tells host Steve Clemons that Americans face “two very divergent paths” on election day.

Will Americans choose the incumbent, who routinely insults allies, shuns alliances and prefers short-term deals and partnerships with autocrats and populists? Or will they choose his opponent, who still believes in NATO, the United Nations and other US-led global institutions set up to protect the security and dominance of the West?