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Time for Japan and Europe to fill void left by US on world stage

A Biden win would not mean an immediate return as global leader

U.S. President Donald Trump has publicly railed against alliances like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for the past four years.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The U.S. will choose its next president in less than a week.

Even as pundits offer disparate prognostications for the Nov. 3 poll, one thing is clear: Even if former Vice President Joe Biden wins, the U.S. will not instantly reverse course to deepen its involvement in world affairs and reclaim global leadership.

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