The New American Presidential Term: What’s Next?
Datum: Mittwoch, 27.1.
Uhrzeit: 19 Uhr
Veranstaltungsart: Vortrag und Diskussion
Referent: Paul Rundquist
Ort: Online (via Zoom)
What can we expect from a new presidential term in America? America remains strongly divided and the political divisions within the Congress may limit what goals a Biden administration can achieve. Internationally, the election results were greeted with optimism, as in the Tweet from the mayor of Paris: “Welcome back, America.” Will a post-Trump administration clearly result in a return to American multinationalism in its international policy? Will Trump’s impact on American politics and policies have long-term effects? Biden has said that he will be a “transitional President.” But, where will the transition lead? The lecture will touch on these various issues and suggest some possible outcomes. A question and answer period will follow afterwards.
Paul Rundquist has worked in and taught about American government and politics for forty years. He was a policy analyst for the Congressional Research Service advising Congress on issues relating to elections and government operations. In Washington, he also taught at George Washington University and Catholic University of America. He was a Fulbright Professor in Poland, the Philippines and Germany, and has taught at London School of Economics and the Universities of Halle, Leipzig, Dresden and Kiel. BA, Loyola University Chicago, MA, PhD University of Chicago.
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