Senator Ben Cardin on US Foreign Policy
Senator Ben Cardin joins the Chicago Council on Global Affairs for a discussion on United States foreign policy.
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About This Event
Recent years have brought significant shifts to US foreign policy. From Russia’s war in Ukraine and increasing competition between the United States and China, to threats from climate change and human rights abuses, American policymakers are adapting to the ever-evolving global challenges confronting the country. Join US Senator Ben Cardin for a conversation on US foreign policy, his work on the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the US Helsinki Commission, and his view of America’s role in the world.
About the Speakers
United States Senator, Maryland
Ben Cardin was first elected to the United States Senate in 2006. The second-ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Cardin has been a member of the committee since arriving in the Senate.
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