07
Dec
2018
Debates Ifri Conferences
Paris
from 09:00 to 17:00
This event is public
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In the aftermath of the mid-term elections, where will Trump's America go? Annual Conference on the United States

In the aftermath of the mid-term elections, the 17th edition of Ifri's annual conference on the United States will take stock of the country's political and economic situation and discuss developments in the foreign policy of the Trump administration.

Please register at usa@ifri.org, mentioning which panel you wish to attend. Due to the limited number of seats, please let us know if you cannot participate after registering, so that we can reattribute your seat.

 

PROGRAM

How will Middle America vote in 2020? – 9:00-10:45am

Henry Olsen, Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC), Editor at <UnHerd.com> (“Flyover Country”). Author, The Working Class Republican: Ronald Reagan and the Return of Blue-Collar Conservatism (Broadside, 2017)

Lara Putnam, Professor and Chair, History Department, University of Pittsburgh. Co-Author, "Middle America Reboots Democracy" (Democracy Journal, February 2018)

Moderator : Laurence Nardon, Head of the North America Program, Ifri

(This panel will be in English without translation)

 

The U.S. economy and the challenges of a trade war – 11:15am-1:00pm

Florence Pisani, Director of Economic Research, Candriam. Co-Author, L'économie américaine (La Découverte, 2018)

Jean-Baptiste Velut, Senior Lecturer in American Civilization, Paris 3 University. Co-Author, Understanding Mega Free Trade Agreements (Routledge, 2017)

Moderator : Marie-Pierre Peillon, Director of Research, Groupama

(This panel will be in French without translation)
 

Transatlantic relations in the age of "America First" – 3:00-5:00pm

James Lindsay, Senior Vice President, Director of Studies, Maurice R. Greenberg Chair, Council on Foreign Relations. Co-Author, The Empty Throne, America's Abdication of Global Leadership (PublicAffairs, 2018)

Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Director of the Paris Office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States

Sophia Besch, Research Fellow, Center for European Reform.  Author, "Defence Spending in NATO: Stop Convincing Trump, Start Convincing Europeans" (CER Insight, July 2018)

Moderator : Virginie Robert, Head of the International Desk, Les Echos

(This panel will be in English without translation)

 

In collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Paris

 

With the support of Viel & Cie and Clarence Westbury Foundation

     

Address: 
Ifri - Salle de conférence 27 rue de la Procession, 75015 Paris. Métro Volontaires (12) ou Pasteur (6)
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For any inquiries, please contact usa@ifri.org

Keywords
Donald Trump Elections Politique américaine Etats-Unis