Where is Joe Biden’s ‘red line’?

President Biden’s dogged determination to get out of Afghanistan, consequences be damned, raises the inevitable question: What strategic commitments would he defend? Is there a “red line”?

Biden’s lieutenants and many in the political class have framed the Afghanistan disaster as an unfortunate episode in a larger project of strategic retrenchment, appropriately concentrating on “great power competition” and particularly China’s emerging hegemonic drive while avoiding the “forever wars” of the greater Middle East.

Source: The Hill

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