Wednesday, June 8, 6 PM. Thomson Reuters, 1333 H St. NW., Washington DC
With the rise of isolationist rhetoric with Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders — and, of course, the more conservative foreign policy stature of Hillary Clinton — the 2016 election is shaping up to offer a foreign policy range rarely seen in recent American history. As it faces the rise of rival powers and budget constraints the US faces some difficult decisions. What do the politics and geopolitics of this year’s face-off tell us about policymaking in the years and decades to come?
Ali Wyne [moderator] – PS21 Global Fellow. Nonresident Fellow, Atlantic Council
Nikolas Gvosdev – Prof. of National Security Studies, mouseUnited States Naval war College
Rachel Rizzo – Research Associate, Center for a New American Security
Alexander Ward – Associate Director, Scowcroft Center, Atlantic Council
Chris Jackson – Pollster, Ipsos
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