Essential Geopolitics: The U.S. and Vietnam During the Biden Administration

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In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from Stratfor, a RANE company, Emily Donahue gets an update on Vietnam-U.S. relations from Evan Rees, Stratfor Asia-Pacific analyst. The U.S. presidential transition is complete. New domestic policies are being rolled out while U.S. foreign policy is being rejiggered. Many nations around the world are actively working to adapt to the Biden administration's foreign policy priorities. One such country? Vietnam. Up for discussion? How U.S.-Vietnamese relations will evolve under the Biden administration, and how Vietnam's domestic political transition will likely impact its behavior going forward.

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