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US politics experts to discuss 2016 election at City event

Professor Inderjeet Parmar will be among the panelists at Clinton vs Trump: What Does America Stand For?

by Ed Grover (Senior Communications Officer)

Professor Inderjeet ParmarUS politics experts will discuss the 2016 US election at an event at City, University of London.

The free public panel discussion - Clinton vs Trump: What Does America Stand For? - will take place on Wednesday 2nd November, from 5.30pm.

Among the subjects being discussed are: why women are still voting for Trump; links between US political change and the unravelling of the current global order; racial issues including Black Lives Matter; a class-based analysis of the election.

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Panel:

  • Xenia Wickett (Head of the US and Americas Programme, Chatham House)
  • Professor Inderjeet Parmar (Department of International Politics, City, pictured right)
  • Dr Daniel Kato (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Professor Patricia Moran (Centre for English, City)
  • Ketan Patel (Head of Greater Pacific Capital)

The event is organised by the Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS), in the Department of International Politics. Venue: Room A130, College Building, City, University of London, St John Street, EC1V 4PB.

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