Through it all, Biden will be the subject of a quiet assessment by allies: Has he lived up to his campaign promise to be a better partner than Trump?
France recalled its ambassadors from the United States and Australia in a sign of the seriousness of the crisis.
Biden’s booster shot plan drew immediate outrage that forced US and other well-off nations to refrain from going ahead until poorer countries could provide at least one dose to their most vulnerable.
Biden will address the General Debate on September 21, the first address of his presidency to world leaders from the iconic General Assembly hall.
'India, US emerging strong partners within Quad': Experts ahead of historic in-person meeting in White House
Biden will host the summit on September 24, signalling Washington's focus on the Indo-Pacific region in the face of China's growing economic and military clout.
Ahead of summit, UN envoys from Quad underline climate change, commitment to rules-based international order
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Biden, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan will participate in the Leaders' Summit.
During an interaction with foreign journalists at his residence in August, Prime Minister Khan had said that he was not really "waiting" for a phone call from President Biden.
The US, the UK and Australia have earlier announced a tripartite security alliance that will enhance the development of joint capabilities and technology sharing among others.
In a written statement, Milley's spokesman, Col.Dave Butler, said Milley acted within his authority as the most senior uniformed adviser to the president and to the secretary of defense.
Biden USD 3.5 trillion plan tests voter appeal of expansive government role in backdrop of COVID crisis
The thousands of pages being drafted and debated in Congress are the template for grand ambitions of the Biden agenda, a full funding of Democratic orthodoxy.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday had announced a new US security alliance with Australia and Britain that would develop an Australian nuclear-powered submarine fleet.
He called that number encouraging and urged Congress to keep the trend going by extending the more generous financial assistance, currently available only through the end of next year.
Ambassador Sandhu's remarks came days ahead of the first in-person Quad summit on September 24 in Washington which will be attended by PM Modi and his Australian and Japanese counterparts.
The world's fifth biggest economy is coming to the end of a $280 million ballot on kicking the Democratic Party incumbent out of office, in an initiative sparked by Republicans.