|11 Jul 2016 - 12 Jul 2016||All day||Rooms SG1 & SG2, Alison Richard Building|
2016’s race to change the world: how the U.S. presidential campaign can reshape global politics and foreign policy
On 11 and 12 July, CRASSH will be hosting a major international conference focusing on the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the implications that this will have for future U.S. foreign policy.
The conference will be taking place shortly before the Democratic and Republican Party nominating conventions begin. Sessions will focus on the global challenges facing the next president, the role that a president can personally play in an international context, and the state of the 2016 campaign itself. In addition to this, we will hear the views of representatives from a number of key U.S. allies and trading partners on what their priorities are for working with the next president.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Madeleine Albright (former U.S. Secretary of State)
- Vin Weber (Republican Party strategist and former Congressman)
- Ambassador Peter Ammon (German Ambassador to the UK)
- Sir Richard Dearlove (former head of MI6)
- Bridget Kendall (BBC diplomatic correspondent and the next Master of Peterhouse College)
- Sir Malcolm Rifkind (former Defence and Foreign Secretary)
There will be a keynote address, ‘Campaigns on the world stage’, by Madeleine Albright and Vin Weber on 11 July at 5pm.
Steven P. Schrage (Cambridge)
Note: Registration for the conference includes automatic registration for the keynote address in the Babbage Lecture Theatre with priority, reserved seating.
Preliminary programme information – this webpage will be updated as sessions are confirmed.
|Monday 11 July|
|9.00 - 9.30am||
|9.30 - 11.00am||
How Presidents Change History / IR and 2016’s Potential Impact
Chair: David Runciman (University of Cambridge)
|11.00 - 11.30am||
|11.30am - 1.00pm||
Europe and America
Chair: Maeve Ryan (University of Cambridge)
|1.00 - 3.00pm||
|3.00 - 4.30pm||
Global Challenges Facing the Next President
Chair: Simon Goldhill (University of Cambridge)
|4.30 - 5.00pm||
|5.00 - 6.30pm||
Keynote – Campaigns on the World Stage
(to be held in the Babbage Lecture Theatre)
Chair: Steven Schrage (University of Cambridge)
|Tuesday 12 July|
|9.00 - 10.30am||
Brexit and the Next President
Chair: Bridget Kendall (BBC diplomatic correspondent and the next Master of Peterhouse College)
|10.30 - 11.00am||
|11.00am - 12.00pm||
2016 and the World