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Will Joe Biden Close Guantanamo, And End the Long-standing Drone War?

The Long-standing Drone War that has been around since Trump’s administration might be on the verge of embedding closure. In the initial phases of Joe Biden’s presidency, we could feel the country holding its breath.On the domestic forefront, the response to the new administration has been a collective sigh of relief. However, in the realm of foreign policy autonomy, criticism has been swift and harsh, owing to early administration actions.

On Feb 26, the administration released an intelligence report pointing the finger at Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Although the case underpins facts, it has been considered as a false accusation. In efforts to reduce the risk of terrorism and extremism in the United States, the Biden Administration has offered its lists of priority and challenges.

Setting out a revolutionary movement, the president has committed his administration to “engage with the world once again, not to meet yesterday’s challenges, but today’s and tomorrow’s. ” His administration looks to follow the footsteps of their leader making its priorities reasonably clear. The development of a multidimensional strategy, led by diplomacy and multilateralism with an overriding commitment to strengthening Democracy at home and abroad.

The Long-standing Drone War could end if the idea works perfectly for the Administration. The United States will not engage in forever wars that have cost thousands of lives and trillions of dollars. According to the reformists, the upending war in America’s history could be upheld soon.  The war on terror goals is not only upbeat but distinctively achievable in the foreground. If its priority is maximized, then soon the institutional remnants that have swayed way long could be ended.

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