US President John Biden's speech, last month before the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, was not an ordinary protocol word on the occasion, but rather an exceptional word, unaccustomed to previous US administrations, both Democratic and Republican, in which the veteran president wanted to explain to world leaders The main directions that draw the road map for the work of his administration in its current session, and its vision for managing American internal and external interests, and how to lead the world. Standing at the details of this word is of great importance in understanding many upcoming events and developments that will result from them politically, economically and socially at the regional and international levels. What is the origin of this word? And what are its features? What are its origins and implications? And what will it entail?

It was very remarkable that the main guiding principles of President Biden's plan coincide, to a large extent, with the plan adopted by UN member states in 2015 at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, known as the Plan to Transform the World, or the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals plan.

Plan premises

It was very remarkable that the main guiding principles of President Biden's plan largely coincide with the plan to transform the world adopted by the member states of the United Nations in 2015 at the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly, known as the plan to transform the world, or the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals plan, which addressed I talked about it in my article published on 10/20/2020 under the title “The Plan to Transform the World.”

The United Nations plan to transform the world was launched at the end of the term of Democratic President Barack Obama, when Biden was his vice-president. White expanded slightly on what these goals included.

As for Republican President Donald Trump, he did not pay any attention to these goals, and was preoccupied with implementing his program that relies on the policy of the big stick.

President Biden, in his speech, did not refer to the relationship of these guidelines to the United Nations plan to transform the world, but the contents of the speech clearly show the extent of their compatibility with the United Nations plan, and thus restore the luster to the plan to transform the world, and give tremendous political support to the goals of sustainable development 2030, which The United Nations has dubbed this decade of its lifetime the “decade of acceleration” as its goals are supposed to be met by 2030.


Here are the key milestones of Biden's roadmap:

1. Importance of the current decade in the transformation process:

  • The future of the countries of the world depends on their ability to realize their common humanity and work together, which is the clear and urgent choice.

  • The current decade will determine the future of humanity in every sense of the word.

2. Current and upcoming challenges:

  • Joint action to defeat the Corona epidemic.

  • Prepare to face the inevitably next pandemic.

  • Facing climate change.

  • Preserving human dignity and human rights.

  • Work on the formation of new technologies that reinforce the basic principles of the international system.

  • Managing shifts in global power dynamics.

  • Shaping the rules for critical issues such as commerce, cyberspace, and emerging technologies.

  • Facing the threat of terrorism.

  • The world can muster its will and resolve, and work to seize the current challenges it faces, and the challenges looming on the horizon.

  • The United States intends to work with partners and allies to address these challenges, and his administration is committed to "helping lead the world toward a more peaceful and prosperous future for all people."

3. Coping mechanisms:

  • Focus on facing common challenges rather than being preoccupied with wars and conflicts.

  • The beginning of a new era of unrelenting diplomacy.

  • Use development aid to invest in new ways to raise people's standards.

  • Promoting and Defending Democracy No matter how difficult or complex the problem we face, a government that is of the people, and works for the people, remains the best way to advance the interests of all our peoples.

  • Collaborate in multilateral institutions, such as the United Nations, to increase our collective strength and accelerate our progress in addressing these global challenges.

  • The success of the United States is linked to the success of others, and that it must share deeply with the world, for the sake of a common future.

  • The world's security, prosperity, and freedoms are interconnected like never before, so the world must work together like never before.

4. Quick results:

  • Biden states in his speech that since taking office, and based on this vision, he has prioritized rebuilding alliances and revitalizing partnerships, which are essential and essential to America's lasting security and prosperity.

  • Sacred Commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

  • Working with European allies on a new strategic concept to better address the emerging threats of today and tomorrow.

  • Elevate the quadripartite partnership between Australia, India, Japan and the United States, to address challenges ranging from health security to climate and emerging technologies.

  • Working with regional institutions, to focus on people's urgent needs in order to improve health and economic outcomes.

  • Returning to the discussion table in international forums, especially the United Nations, to focus attention and stimulate global action on common challenges.

  • Resuming work with the World Health Organization, and establishing a close partnership with the “Kovax” initiative to facilitate global access to the Covid-19 vaccine, to provide life-saving vaccines in various parts of the world.

  • Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement.

  • Call for the creation of a new mechanism for financing global health security, and a global council equipped with the necessary tools to monitor and identify emerging epidemics to take immediate action when needed.

  • Contribute to the delivery of vaccines to poor countries.

  • Define 3 priority goals: save lives now, vaccinate the world, and build back better.

  • Setting a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50-52% by 2030, and achieving a clean, zero-emissions energy economy by 2050.

  • Working towards the goal of raising $100 billion from rich countries and donor institutions to support climate action in developing countries.

  • Encouraging investment in green infrastructure and electric vehicles that will help us achieve climate goals.

  • Making these ambitious investments is not just good climate policy, it is an opportunity for each country to invest in the future, create well-paid jobs for workers, and stimulate long-term economic growth that will improve the quality of life.

5. Technical transformation:

  • The world needs to confront a new era of technologies and possibilities that have the potential to unlock and reshape human existence.

  • It is up to everyone to determine whether these technologies will be a force to empower people, or to increase the level of oppression.

  • The United States will work with democratic partners to ensure that new developments in areas, such as biotechnology, quantum computing, 5G networks, artificial intelligence, and others, are used to advance people, solve problems, and advance human freedom, not to suppress dissent or target minority communities.

  • The United States will make a significant and comprehensive investment in scientific research and innovation to develop new tools and technologies that help meet the coming technological challenges, and work to strengthen critical infrastructure against cyberattacks, while working to establish clear rules of the road for all countries as they relate to cyberspace.

6. Position of Force in the Plan:

  • The world's major powers have a duty to carefully manage their relationships so that they do not shift from responsible competition to conflict.

  • US military force will be the last, not the first, means, and should not be used as a solution to every problem anywhere in the world.

  • The United States will compete aggressively, leading with its values ​​and strength.

  • The United States will stand up for its allies and friends.

  • The United States opposes the attempts of the stronger countries to dominate the weaker ones.

  • The United States does not seek a new Cold War or a world divided into rigid blocs.

  • The United States is ready to work with any country that advances and seeks peaceful solutions to common challenges, even if they have severe differences in other areas, because everyone will suffer the consequences of failing to address urgent threats such as "Covid-19", climate change, or nuclear proliferation.

7. Human dignity, health and food:

  • Improving the lives of people, all over the world, who see their governments as not meeting their needs.

  • Fight the corruption that fuels inequality, drains state resources, spreads across borders, and generates human suffering.

  • The United States is committed to using its international resources and platforms to support these voices, and to partner with them to find ways to respond that enhance human dignity in the world.

  • Work on developing infrastructure in developing countries, but infrastructure that is of poor quality, fuels corruption, or exacerbates environmental degradation may end up contributing to greater challenges for countries over time.

  • Launching the "Rebuilding a Better World" initiative in cooperation with the private sector and US partners in the Group of Seven countries, with the aim of raising and allocating hundreds of billions of dollars in infrastructure investments.

  • Continuing to provide humanitarian assistance, as the world's largest contributor. Since 2000, the United States has also invested more than $140 billion to improve global health, strengthen health systems, and support health projects and initiatives.

  • Contribute to mobilizing partners to tackle immediate malnutrition, ensuring the ability to feed the world for decades to come.

8. Conflict Resolution:

  • We should work with a renewed aim to the end of the conflicts that bring so much pain and suffering all over the world.

  • Redoubled diplomatic efforts and a commitment to political negotiations, not violence, as the first tool we use to confront tensions around the world.

  • Striving for a more peaceful and secure future for all the peoples of the Middle East.

  • The commitment to Israel's security and support for an independent Jewish state is unequivocal.

  • Israelis and Palestinians equally deserve the same amount of freedom, dignity, security and prosperity.

    A two-state solution is the best way to secure Israel's future as a Jewish and democratic state, living in peace alongside a viable, sovereign and democratic Palestinian state.

    There is a long way to go to achieve this goal at the moment, but we should not despair of the prospect of progress.

  • Continue to work with the international community to press for peace and an end to the suffering brought on by raging civil conflicts, including in Ethiopia and Yemen.

9. Democracy and Equality:

  • Advocating for policies and partners who uphold democratic values ​​that extend to the core of who we are as a nation and as a people: freedom, equality, opportunity, belief in the universal rights of all peoples.

  • Defending Women's Rights - The rights of women and girls to use their full talents to contribute economically, politically and socially.

  • Denounce the targeting and suppression of racial, ethnic and religious minorities anywhere in the world.

  • Advocating for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people so that they can live and love freely and without fear.

  • Authoritarian regimes - The authoritarian regimes of the world may seek to herald the end of the era of democracy, but they are wrong.

  • The democratic world is everywhere.

    He lives in anti-corruption activists, and in human rights defenders.

  • No perfect democracy is perfect, even in the United States, which continues to struggle to live up to the highest ideals, and democracy remains the best tool for unleashing our human potential.

10. Building the future:

  • The future will belong to those who embrace human dignity, not to those who crush it.

  • The future belongs to those who unleash the potential of their people, not to those who stifle it.

  • The future will belong to those who give their people the ability to breathe freely, not those who seek to strangle their people with an iron hand.

  • The world must once again join one another, to affirm that humanity, greater than any divisions or differences, appears on the surface.

  • We must choose to do more than we think we can do on our own so that we can achieve what we need to do together: end the pandemic, make sure we are more prepared for the next pandemic, stave off the dangers of climate change, and strengthen our ability to recover from the effects we are already seeing. Ensuring a future in which technologies are a vital tool for solving humanitarian challenges and enhancing human capabilities, and not a source of further discord and oppression.

  • I am standing here today, for the first time in 20 years, and the United States is not at war.

    We have turned the page.

  • All American power, energy, commitment, resolve, and resources will be focused entirely and directly on the future, not on the past.

  • America will lead on the greatest challenges of our time, from COVID-19 to climate, peace, human dignity, and human rights.

    But she will not be alone.

  • The United States will lead the world with its allies and partners, and in cooperation with all who believe in the ability to meet these challenges to build a future that advances all peoples and preserves this planet.

  • There is no more time to waste, let's get down to business, let's start working on our better future now.

This Biden word seems, to many, a dreamy romantic, the countries of the world are not accustomed to hearing from the leaders of the American empire on such occasions, but this is not the case, it is the big difference between the vision of the Democrats who believe that the United States cannot impose its values ​​by force on any country from States, and among the Republicans who planned the 21st century to be the new American century, in which the American states extend their hegemony over the world and impose their values ​​on their countries by force.

(Continued: Motives, Reflections, and Fate)