Biden Has the Team Obama Always Wanted

For Foreign Policy, CIC senior fellow James Traub wrote about how the next U.S. administration will feature the most cohesive group of foreign-policy hands in at least a generation.

"With the announcement on Sunday night that he plans to appoint Antony Blinken as secretary of state, Jake Sullivan as national security advisor, and Linda Thomas-Greenfield as United States ambassador to the United Nations, President-elect Joe Biden, who will be the first president since Bush Senior to arrive with deep foreign policy experience, may have built precisely the kind of team that Obama had in mind, and that national security professionals have been yearning for since the Bush era," writes Traub.

Read the full article at Foreign Policy here.

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Nov 24, 2020
James Traub
United States