American presidential elections seldom pivot around foreign policy issues, but the 2024 election could very well be an exception to this rule. Join us to explore the foreign policy dynamics of the upcoming presidential elections and where candidates from both parties stand on the important issues of the war in Ukraine and increasing military tensions with China. How far apart are they on these issues? Who has the finger on the pulse of the voters? How might the GOP primary candidates and whoever wins the nomination push President Biden on both of these fronts?
We’ve pulled together a roundtable of astute observers of foreign policy and politics to assess the current state of the presidential race — on both sides of the aisle. George Beebe, Grand Strategy Director at the Quincy Institute, will join Emily Jashinsky of the Counterpoints podcast and Branko Marcetic of Jacobin magazine. Kelley Vlahos, editorial director of Responsible Statecraft, will moderate.
The conversation will take place on Thursday, September 21st from 12:00-1:00 PM EDT.