1. Biden’s first 100 days in Office will be turbulent. He will face domestic & Int’l cold wars, & that’s just the tip of the iceberg. I hate the fact Trump is setting landmines in the way. Joe Biden have a lot to deal with in his first 100 days, & it won’t be easy at all.
2. The EU climate deal, Iran & Cuba sanctions, finding the balance between South/North Korea relations. How does the US continue to maintain relations with South Korea, after using the South to broker talks with North Korea? South Korea doesn’t exactly agree with DPRK methods.
3. So South Korea would rather not grant concessions to the North. South Korea has much to lose. She is currently in a nasty brawl with Iran, after seizing $25 billion Iranian money trapped in its banks. Iran went ahead & seized South Korean vessel & its crew in Iranian waters.
4. US sanctions is biting hard on Iran & the later is finding it increasingly difficult moving monies around to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. Trump sanctions has starved Iran of her billions trapped in US banks & inside US’s ally banks.
5. So it’s a delicate line Biden is going to tread. China trade talks is still on the table, but most important is Pyongyang. Kim Jong-un has always said the DPRK (North Korea) is open to talks with the US on the former’s nuclear program. But that’s a ruse.
6. In fact, Pyongyang has over 25 nuclear war heads at the last count & developing more as we speak. Trump erred by discontinuing talks with Kim. It allowed Pyongyang to expand her nuclear program. This will be one of the biggest issues Biden is going to face in his early days.
7. Kim Jung-un once said: “the mistake Gaddafi made was not having nuclear weapon. If he did, the Obama led coalition, would not have invaded Libya.”

North Korea now possess minimum of 25 nuclear war heads ready to be deployed, projected to the United States. THIS IS NOT GOOD!!!
8. China-EU trade deal is also sending a clear message to Biden - the dynamics of world trade is changing. China-EU is now the biggest trade bloc in the world.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, whose tenure is ending this 2021, pushed the deal through.
9. She took advantage of the presidential election tussle in the US to get that quickly done.

Now how does Biden get a better deal from the EU? France & Germany are the biggest power houses in the bloc. They won’t relinquish any advantages both gained already, to the US.
10. France is still in a brawl with Trump, demanding digital service taxes from US tech groups. So the landmines are all over the place for Biden. How does he navigate all of that?

His first 100 days is critical. He just needs to put his foot on the ground & get things cracking.

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