Tuesday, March 15, 6 PM. Thomson Reuters, 1333 H St. NW., Washington DC
From a resurgent Russia to the fight against ISIS, foreign policy has — periodically at least — been firmly on the agenda for the 2016 election. But what impact will the vote really have on what the US does? What do the various advisers of candidates tell us about how they would operate in office? What do the American people actually want? And how much difference can any US president make on the really big issues facing the country.
Peter Apps [moderator] — global affairs columnist , Thomson Reuters
Nikolas Gvosdev — professor of national security studies, US Naval War College
Julia Clark — pollster and senior vice president, Ipsos
Alex Ward — associate director, Brett Scowcroft Center, Atlantic Council
Asha Castleberry — former U.S. Army officer. PS21 global fellow
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