U.S. Foreign Policy After the Election
After the Election: U.S. Foreign Policy for the Next Four Years The November 3 presidential election will decisively shape U.S. foreign policy for the next four years. The outcome is currently in doubt as we face a host of foreign policy issues, ranging from international cooperation on climate change to the nuclear deal with Iran. Given the importance of the United States in world affairs, the election will have far-reaching consequences for the international balance of power. What initiatives will be emphasized? Who will be the chief advisors? What challenges – from a revanchist Russia to a rising China -- will arise? Join Joe Barnes – a U.S. foreign policy expert at Rice University – as he assesses the future of U.S. engagement in the international arena.
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