Antony Blinken began his first full day as U.S. secretary of state promising to repair ties with global partners and show the world that America can lead while tackling climate change, “the erosion of democracies” and other complex issues. According to Reuters
The tackling of “Erosion of Democracies” is the new catchphrase for pushing American values abroad, it looks like. World leaders and scholars are also looking at Antony Blinken to see what new Regime Change’s The State department will bring into the new year.
Not Everyone Believes the new Sec. of State has learned anything from past failed foreign policy endeavors.
Before his confirmation, Rand Paul was the only Senator to bring up Antony Blinken History of failed foreign policy involving Regime Change past.
Sen. Rand Paul Questions Sec. of State Blinken on Regime Change
Warm congratulations to US Secretary of State @ABlinken on his appointment. Aotearoa looks forward to working with you to strengthen US/New Zealand relations and to address global challenges 🇳🇿🇺🇸#climatechange #Covid19— Nanaia Mahuta (@NanaiaMahuta) January 27, 2021
Canada & the US share many key priorities. On my call today with @ABlinken, we agreed to work on important issues, including the global response to the #COVID19 pandemic, protecting supply chains & close cooperation on borders. Looking forward to deepening our relationship!— Marc Garneau (@MarcGarneau) January 26, 2021
Watch out world @ABlinken is back and ready to rebuild partnerships, regain US standing and leadership around the world. A do it with a rare combo of wisdom, experience, toughness and grace.— Jen Psaki (@PressSec) January 26, 2021
When a career warmonger like Antony Blinken — who has been involved in disastrous interventions in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, and Pakistan — warns of “threats to democracies” and “global stability,” the hair on the back of your neck should stand up. #NoMoreWars pic.twitter.com/RkEwiRMzFT— Young Americans for Liberty (@YALiberty) January 27, 2021