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Debate in Munich and Washington on November 4Online discussion on the US election

No political event has been as keenly anticipated as the US presidential election. The next day, scientists in Munich and Washington will analyze the result and the subsequent developments in a public online discussion at the Bavarian School of Public Policy at TUM.

Prof. Tim Büthe, Chair of International Relations, Prof. Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt, Chair of European and Global Governance, and Prof. Miranda Schreurs, Chair of Environmental and Climate Policy, will speak with Jeff Rathke, the President of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington. Moderator: Peter Schmalz, PresseClub München.

Livestream starting at 12:30 pm on Wednesday, November 4

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Technical University of Munich Klaus Becker
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