Republicans have a good chance of winning back the House after the US midterm elections. How might that impact America's foreign policy?
First, the GOP will start to question open-ended aid to Ukraine as inflation hits Americans hard, says Jon Lieber on GZERO World.
Second, Republicans will be more chummy than President Joe Biden toward Saudi Arabia and its de-facto leader, Crown Prince MBS. A lot of it has to do with gas prices.
Third, things are about to get very rocky with China. The two parties largely agree on being hawkish, but Republicans are more game to stoke the flames of another Cold War — this time with Beijing.
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