In this installment of Conversations on Europe, a panel of experts from both sides of the Atlantic examines the potential impact of impending elections in both the U.S. and Europe and explores significant transnational trends in electoral politics, including the rise of populism and the polarization of the electorate as well as the increasing importance of issues related to immigration, the economy, and trade. How might the US elections in November 2016 impact European politics and the transatlantic relationship? What electoral contests in Europe are likely to have the greatest impact on the U.S.?
- Jae-Jae Spoon, Associate Professor, Political Science, Moderator & Panelist
- Miguel Simon, Visiting Scholar, European Studies Center
- Larry LeDuc, Professor, Political Science, University of Toronto
- Jan Rovny, Assistant Professor, Sciences Po
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