Election 2020: Implications for Domestic & International Politics

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
UNH Manchester
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Election 2020: Implications for Domestic & International Politics

Tuesday, October 27, 6-7:30 PM

Via Zoom: https://unh.zoom.us/j/91481593328

Global pandemic. Unemployment, evictions, and food insecurity. A Second Civil Rights Movement. Rising authoritarianism in the US and abroad, as the US withdraws from the post-WWII alliances it helped to build. Wildfires, derechos, fire tornadoes. . . . and murder hornets. 2020 — not yet over — has been quite a year, and there are few Presidential elections in our history (1860? 1932?) that could claim to have taken place in a more fraught and precarious environment. 

Join Stephen Pimpare, Principal Lecturer of US Politics & Public Policy, and Melinda Negron-Gonzales, Associate Professor of Global Studies, as they offer analysis of the upcoming election, and consider the implications for the US and the world of a Biden presidency versus a Trump second term. 

 There will be plenty of time for Q&A, so bring along anything you are struggling to make sense of!

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