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What's Next for the US?
Thu 24 November 2016, 18:15 – 20:00 GMT
Policy and Practice Series: 'What Next for the US? The 2016 Election and Expectations for a Trump Presidency'
The 2016 campaign for the White House between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has been called unprecedented, bitter and divisive, and results from the November 8th vote show just how split in the American electorate is. While Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote, with 306 electoral votes in the Electoral College, Donald Trump is set to be the 45th President of the United States.
Join us on 24th November (18.15 - 19.45) for a panel discussion looking back at the campaign and looking forward to what a Trump presidency might look like on key issues.
Drinks reception to follow the event.
‘You’re fired. Hawkish Foreign Policy in Trump’s administration?’ - Dr Nils Metternich – UCL
‘Globalisation’s Populist Backlash’ - Dr Michael Plouffe – UCL
‘Change or Continuity in Post-Election Climate Change Policy?’ - Dr Colin Provost – UCL
‘Divided by Colour: UK-US Parallel’s - Dr Maria Sobolewska – University of Manchester
‘Trump and Brexit: The Same Thing?’ - Dr Sherrill Stroschein – UCL
Chair: Dr Jennifer Hudson – UCL