World Policy Newsletter, Week of June 24th

Global Perspectives on the U.S. Election

This week marks the beginning of our new online series covering global perspectives on the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Joseph A Cari Jr, chairman of World Policy Institute's Board of Directors, introduces the series and discusses the importance of condemning hate-filled rhetoric.

In the first piece in the series, Mitchell Prather considers how a Clinton or Trump presidency might shape trade relations between the United States and African nations.

Next, Jonathan Stubbs compares the Trump phenomenon and the push for "Brexit," arguing that victory for both would be deeply destabilizing in Europe and beyond.                                                                                   

Stay tuned for additional perspectives from Singapore, Turkey, Israel, Mexico, Canada, France, and India!

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Media Appearances

Ruth Ben-Ghiat writes in CNN about the impact of Trump’s rhetoric and “trickle-down” racism.

Jonathan Cristol writes in CNN about why Americans should care about maintaining a unified, stable Europe.

Yaffa Fredrick will present at Radio Days Africa in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her presentation will focus on translating the World Policy editorial work on the Panama Papers into a monthly podcast as part of the Africa Investigates series.

Michael A. Genovese discusses the impact first lady Michelle Obama could have on Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency on CBS local news.

William Hartung examines Congress’ proposals for the Pentagon budget in The Huffington Post. He also appeared on Sirius-XM's "Morning Brief" to talk about U.S.-Saudi relations and the war in Yemen.



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