As Joe Biden got elected as the 46th president of the United States, the world capitals including Islamabad have begun assessing to figure out what to expect from Washington under the new president on the foreign policy front. Authorities in Pakistan are already doing their homework to deal with the possible changes with the arrival of 78-year-old Biden, who is a foreign policy veteran. Although Pakistan’s relationship remained stable after initial hiccups during President Donald Trump’s four-year term, officials revealed that Biden’s election would bring more predictability. Afghanistan has remained at the centre of Pakistan-US ties. It was Pakistan’s role in brokering the US-Taliban deal that helped the Trump administration to lower the rhetoric against Islamabad. The unconventional style of Trump’s presidency helped Pakistan establish a direct link with the White House.