Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Election 2016 Fallout: National and International Ramifications

Dean Christopher Hill and professor and pollster, Floyd Ciruli, will analyze the election results and the effect of politics and policy of the U.S.
  • Were the polls and pundits right? Hits, misses and biggest surprise.
  • Will the new president and Congress beat the gridlock?
  • Will the Republican Party heal? Can the Democrats avoid a split? Is a third or fourth party on the horizon?
  • Is the post-Obama foreign policy more interventionist? Is confrontation likely? What challenge is addressed first?
    • Syria and Iraq
    • Russian and China expansions
    • North Korea
    • Iran
    • Pending trade agreements
    • Immigration
  • Was the conflict in the American campaign indicative of the future of center-right and center-left governments throughout the West?
    • Will protectionism, isolationism and nativism dominate 2017 politics?
    • Is western democracy in crises?
Join the discussion on November 9 at Maglione Hall in the new Sie wing of the Korbel School on the DU campus (2201 S. Gaylord St., Ste 4005) from 5-7 pm. Food provided. RSVP to

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