LONDON (AP) — When U.S. President Joe Biden flies to Europe this week on his first foreign trip as president, he will find his hosts welcoming but wary. His predecessor Donald Trump may be gone, but he leaves a long shadow. In contrast to the unilateralist Trump, Biden has stressed his support for international diplomacy and America’s commitment to its allies. One analyst says she expects positive messages on climate change and pandemic recovery during Biden’s trip to a Group of Seven summit in England and meetings with NATO and EU leaders in Brussels. But tensions remain over issues including military spending and how to deal with China
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