The world reacts to President Joe Biden

European Union leaders welcome the U.S. back into the Paris Climate Change agreement under President Joe Biden.
2:20 | 01/22/21

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World leaders are reaching reaching out to congratulate our new president allies in Europe striking an upbeat tone calling it a new dawn so let's. Bring in our senior foreign correspondent Ian panel for more insight on what this new administration means for the US division around the world Ian. Yesterday during coverage you were talking about this subject about how the world is reacting. In policy areas in approach. How is this playing you think how will that play out. Well of course there's usually for suicide last nice it was almost like will lead just couldn't get that tweets are fast enough to congratulates. President Biden and a vice president Paris. How is this going to play out what are they wanted to see tangible differences. We're already talking about the WHI wish to him about the Paris climbers agreement I was get has been signed president macro and welcoming that's. But NATO the European Union tangible international organizations. We'll be looking for meaning full. American re engagement demean the entire post war edifice if you like to Europe was essentially an American Colmes starts at the least. Relied entirely also being very heavily. On American leadership and the absence of vast I think did a number of things Thursday proved to some European countries. That they could actually get together make decisions and do things would ask American necessarily holding his hand. But there is a rule sense has been a vacuum all the American engagement with the G-7 whether it's trade terrorists there a number of issues that are being. Controversial in terms of the relationship between your patent America under the trump administration. And those of the areas that they're going to look at change locally the more broadly they're looking at the Middle East are looking at China the Libya and Iran in the JC PO wade is a nuclear deal. They're looking for American re engagement. Leadership and solutions to some very real problems out there and I'd Boris Johnson. Speaking in parliament and and he's looking at things like how we we would together in corona virus began when a Joseph Barton's talked about joining their. Kovacs program how you would together on climate change how you would together on defends on trade Bruce in the convert trade deals that are real meaningful things. The shopping list is enormous. A kind of picking Joseph Biden are you put that's in some sense of priority. The intent.

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