Jacques Kahindo teaches international political science at Wilberforce and was invited by Spectrum cable news to give his perspective on how the United States will fare in a Biden administration. Anchor Curtis Jackson introduced Mr. Kahindo by saying the stakes of this election results are higher because a Gallup Poll reports, U. S. foreign policy is at a record low. Mr. Kahindo suggested the next administration needs to begin a new global policy right away.
“Support from allies such as Germany, France and the UK is critical in maintaining pressured, but diplomatic engagement with Iran and North Korea and their nuclear weapon programs. That’s why refreshing relationships with our political partners is more necessary than ever. Addressing climate change is also a key issue.” – Jacques Kahindo, WU international political science faculty –
The interview was broadcast at 6 pm, November 4th on Spectrum Cable News Channels