About This Event
As the Biden administration champions a “Foreign Policy for the Middle Class,” the Chicago Council opens its Foreign Policy in Practice series by considering how the opinions of Americans outside the diplomatic community factor into foreign policy decision making. Join Senior Fellow Dina Smeltz and Northwestern University’s James Druckman, moderated by Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford, for expert analysis.
About the Event Series
The Associated Colleges of the Midwest are partnering with the Council for a three-part series of programs focusing on foreign policy for a Midwestern audience. In the first panel of this series, experts will discuss the relationship between public opinion and foreign policy in light of President Biden’s focus on a “Foreign Policy for the Middle Class.” It will feature Senior Fellow Dina Smeltz and James N. Druckman and be moderated by Elizabeth Shackelford, Senior Fellow in US foreign policy with the Council’s Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
|5:00 pm CDT||Introduction and Welcome Remarks|
|5:45 pm||Audience Q&A|
|6:00 pm||Careers Q&A|