(LONDON) - Only the people of the United States get to vote on who should be their president, but the entire world has a stake in their choice.
And at no time was this truer than now, as world leaders rush to congratulate former senator Joe Biden on winning the US presidential election. For the man Americans have chosen to lead them until at least the middle of this decade is bound to leave a profound imprint on the rest of the world; whatever he does and - just as importantly - whatever he chooses not to do will in one way or another shape the fate of billions.
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