US Foreign Relations Policy

The 2020 US presidential elections will be held on the 3rd of November, less than a month from now. On the 29th of September, the debates between Donald Trump leading the Republicans and Joe Biden leading the Democrats were held. Among other things, both parties are offering different foreign relations policies and objectives. 

Below is an article describing the timeline of Trump’s foreign policy and research on the priorities for the US foreign policy of the Democratic party and the Republican party. 

After you have gotten acquainted with the articles, feel free to share your opinion and exchange your thoughts on the efficiency and effects of each policy! 





The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stepped down last Friday because of health issues. During his time in power, he introduced a strategy called “Abeconomics” to attempt to refresh Japan’s economy.

Below are two articles, one about abeconomics and the other one is about how effective abeconomics was/is. When you have read through them please do share your thoughts!

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Brexit Negotiations

On Friday the 21st of August the latest round of Brexit negotiations ended. No progress was made.

The article below sums up the negotiations that took place this past week. Please read the article first and then write about your opinion on how Brexit negotiations will progress in the future in the comments! Looking forward to hearing your opinions!