College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Obama's Second Term: Impact on the Global Community

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:30 PM
Buchanan Hall (formerly Mason Hall), Meese Conference Room, D023


What does a second Obama term mean for the United States and its place in the world? Three experts from the fields of journalism, politics, history, and national security will consider the implications in a panel discussion that is sure to be lively and informative.

Bill Schneider Bill Schneider, Mason faculty member and political journalist from CNN and Politico, will focus on the United States economy and the domestic challenges it faces as it moves into the new year.
Ran Halevi Ran Halévi, a well-known French historian and Le Figaro columnist, will discuss presidential elections and democratic polarization in France and America.
Karen DeYoung Karen DeYoung, Washington Post senior national security correspondent, will emphasize the relationships between the United States and the wide diversity of people and governments throughout the world.
Kathleen DeLaski Kathleen DeLaski, expert in the political process and former ABC journalist, will chair the panel as its moderator.






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