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John W. Kluge Discussion

Washington Disrupted: Trump, the Election, and What Comes Next

Susan Glasser, a staff writer and Washington columnist for the New Yorker, discusses the upcoming US presidential election and what it means for American international leadership. Is Trumpism a phenomenon that will outlast Trump himself? What does the US stand for in the post-COVID world? Joe Biden has promised “restoration,” while a second Trump term promises four more years of disruption—disruption that might be even more significant than that in his first term. Glasser will be in discussion with Daniel Benjamin, president of the American Academy in Berlin.

Please note this lecture will take place entirely online. To join, please register on the left side of this page. All registered guests will receive participation instructions one to two days prior to the event.

24 Sep 20
Politics
24.09.2020 Add to iCal
19:00 - 20:00
Online via Zoom


Please note this lecture will take place entirely online. All registered guests will receive participation instructions one to two days prior to the event.

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