The View From Asia

Race to the White House and a confounding picture of US foreign policy

A voter on the day of the primary election in Kentucky on June 23. If Mr Donald Trump wins a second term, he can be expected to continue his "America First" unilateral policy, abandoning more global organisations and showing disdain for traditional a
A voter on the day of the primary election in Kentucky on June 23. If Mr Donald Trump wins a second term, he can be expected to continue his "America First" unilateral policy, abandoning more global organisations and showing disdain for traditional alliances, says Pakistani journalist Maleeha Lodhi.PHOTO: REUTERS

Asia News Network commentators discuss the likely implications of the Nov 3 US presidential election. Here are excerpts.

Maleeha Lodhi

Dawn, Pakistan

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 02, 2020, with the headline 'Race to the White House and a confounding picture of US foreign policy'. Print Edition | Subscribe