The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue issues today on the 2nd of May 2021, a report entitled “Democrats and Republicans Differences in Critical Issues”. The report demonstrates the democrats’ current administration as well as the previous republican’s administration policies and stances on multiple issues that deem important in the current moment. The report focuses on the differences between the two administrations in each of the following issues; Syria, human rights, refugees, Turkey, and Libya. In each of the
The report reveals that the democrat administration policies aim to maintain U.S. interests, restore its power in the international system and reassert U.S. core values by strengthening U.S. partnerships, rule of law, and human rights values. On the contrary, the republican administration was guided by a clear realist approach that worked to maintain U.S. national interests over American values, human rights and shared interests.
The report observes that Biden has a different perspective which sharply differs than Trump on how the United States should engage in the world. Biden is driven by a more traditional collaborative strategy while Trump has a nationalistic approach. The report concludes that the current democrat’s administration vision is for the U.S. to return as a global and proactive super power that counters the entrenched influence of the Russians and the Chinese.