War looms in Ukraine. The pandemic continues its deadly spread. Tensions with China escalate. And Washington seems more dysfunctional than ever. U.S. President Joe Biden has had crises thrown his way from Kabul to Kyiv. Amid the chaos, has a coherent foreign policy emerged? 

Jack and Robbie give their report card on Biden’s first year, drawing on interviews with dozens of foreign dignitaries and experts.
Amelia Lester
Executive Editor, Foreign Policy

Amelia Lester is executive editor of Foreign Policy. She was previously editor-in-chief of Good Weekend, the Saturday magazine of the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age newspapers, and an executive editor at The New Yorker.

Robbie Gramer
Diplomacy and National Security Reporter, Foreign Policy

Robbie Gramer is a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy, covering the State Department. Before he joined FP in 2016, he managed the NATO portfolio at the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank, for three years. He’s a graduate of American University, where he studied international relations and European affairs.

Jack Detsch
Pentagon and National Security Reporter, Foreign Policy

Jack Detsch is Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter. He was previously a staff writer for Al-Monitor covering intelligence and defense.