U.S. Presidential Election
U.S. Presidential Election – Domestic and Global Perspectives
Besides all other exciting events of our annual conference in Boston, one panel discussion was right at the core of interest of all DAJV members: The panel discussion concerning the highly topical U.S. presidential election. The panel was made out of highly prestigious speakers with various professional backgrounds. Panel members were, for example, Professor Russell Miller, an expert in comparative law at Washington and Lee University, and the German-American political scientist Cathryn Cluever. The discussion ranged from the meaning of the election to foreign relations to the cleavage in society caused by the candidates. Beyond that, the audience had the opportunity to put forward questions directly to the panelists. The discussion itself was especially multifaceted. The different backgrounds of the panelists and their great expertise guaranteed a diverse and incredible informative course of debate. Therefore, the panel truly matched all high expectations and turned out to be one of the highlights of the conference.