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How important the president election of USA to the other world than America?

  1. breathing profile image59
    breathingposted 22 months ago

    How important the president election of USA to the other world than America?

    The president election of USA is now the hot topic of whole over the world. Rest of the world concern about this. Their internal politics as well as the global politics and the international relations very much depends on this.

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  2. Johnny James A profile image73
    Johnny James Aposted 22 months ago

    The election in the US is extremely important as the US has a major effect on world security and economies. Israel depends on the US for aid to defend itself.  Many Asian countries rely on the US via its presence of military hardware and soldiers and monetary aid.  Many African countries rely on humanitarian aid and money.  Many European countries rely on its NATO ally to act as a deterrent to possible aggression from outsiders. Economically, the U.S. does not impose as many tariffs as its European counterparts and has many economic laws which are Euro friendly that it does not give to other nations anywhere in the world. If the U.S. were to go tit for tat on tariffs to Europe many European economic issues would unfold. Also, depending on where our energy policies are directed this could affect other countries.  Right now 33% of our energy is generated by coal; 33% natural gas; 20% nuclear; 6% hydroelectric; 8% Other.  If we start moving more to Solar, wind, and other renewable (which need to become more efficient) this could further.  Now the U.S produces about 90-91% of its energy, but the remaining 9-10% is a huge boon for other countries. The less outside energy we need the less other countries will make. So on an economic and sociopolitical stand point the US is extremely important to other countries. Then when you look at immigration policies; they US sets limits on temporary Visas to a lot of poor countries for the use of seasonal help (although they give a bit to Ireland as well). However, permanent visa or paths to permanent status is very much skewed toward certain countries.  Many countries around the world want a more equalized system for Visas, so the people around the world want to see where the President stands on immigration policies. So this election and every other US election is very important to people around the world.

    1. breathing profile image59
      breathingposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks a lot. Yes, you are absolutely right. America is the most powerful state of the world. The relationship between America and other world is comprehensive and multi-faceted. There are several sensitive areas where US military are present.

  3. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 22 months ago

    Given that the United States is still the dominant superpower, though declining, and few nations in the world want China to be dominant even in the Pacific, the President of the US is very important.

    1. breathing profile image59
      breathingposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Now China becomes the workshop of the world. Even America produces their many product like electronics from China due to the low production cost. Economically the relationship between America and East Asia is meaningful.

 
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