This article combines two recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives: the narrative about the aggressive and dangerous nature of US and Western foreign policies, accused of pursuing a belligerent and hostile agenda towards Russia and China, threatening world peace and the claim that the US facing an imminent state collapse, disintegration or civil war.
There is no evidence, as the article suggests, that the Biden administration is preparing to go to war against China, Russia and Iran.
A priority of the Biden administration’s foreign policy, as outlined in the Democratic manifesto, is to re-establish diplomatic agreements that were abandoned during former President Donald Trump's America First foreign policy.
On 18 February 2021, the Biden administration took the first steps to restore the Iran nuclear deal that the Trump administration had abandoned. The Biden administration is expected to continue many aspects of Trump's tough policies towards China, though in a more moderate style and in closer cooperation with US allies. Also, Biden has signalled a willingness to extend the New START Treaty with Russia, describing it as an "anchor of strategic stability between the United States and Russia."
Moreover, there is no evidence that the US is heading for disintegration and civil war. Predictions about a disintegration of the US have been a common pro-Kremlin narrative since the fall of the Soviet Union.
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