Joe Biden Labels Pakistan As ‘Most Dangerous Nation’ In The World
US President Joe Biden has labeled Pakistan as one of the most dangerous countries in the world, noting the nation has ‘nuclear weapons without any cohesion.’
Pakistan has been dubbed one of the “most dangerous countries” in the world, according to US President Joe Biden, who also noted that the country possesses “nuclear weapons without any coherence.”
This is a big blow for Islamabad. “Xi Jinping is a man who knows what he wants but is plagued by a vast array of issues.
What do we do about that? How do we approach that in light of what is occurring in Russia? Pakistan is another country that I believe to be among the most hazardous in the world.
Without any cohesion, nuclear weapons “Biden made this statement at a Friday Democratic Party rally.
Furthermore, he insisted that the US had a tonne of opportunity to alter the situation in the second decade of the twenty-first century.
Did anybody think we’d be in a situation where China is trying to figure out its role relative to Russia and relative to India and relative to Pakistan?”, questioned Biden.
The Shehbaz Sharif administration may perceive Biden’s comments as a setback in its efforts to strengthen ties with the US.
Additionally, his comments come as a number of terrorist strikes are being carried out in Pakistan’s tribal areas.
The 15th-largest district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Swat, reportedly saw a number of assaults on civilians in recent months, including the most recent one on a school van in which the driver was killed and two pupils were critically hurt.
According to a report by Dawn, over a thousand people participated in the protest against their own government and called for peace in the area.
The US is threatened by both China and Russia, according to a crucial strategy paper just issued by the Biden administration.
Beijing was identified as the US’s most likely long-term rival in Biden’s new national security strategy (NSS) study, while Moscow was described as an immediate and disruptive threat to the US.
In addition to boosting its nuclear arsenal, it was alleged that China aspires to redraw international borders using its economic, political, military, and technological might.