Political polarization in US politics is at an all-time high. While this has profound effects on domestic policy, what does extreme partisanship mean for US foreign policymaking? Where do Americans differ the most on global issues? How might it impact decisions on climate change, migration, and US-China relations? Can the United States promise consistency to its allies and partners if there are large swings from one administration to the next?
Join students and faculty from across the Associated Colleges of the Midwest for a discussion of how political affiliation impacts the American public’s views of US foreign policy and how it has changed over time, as reflected in the 2023 Chicago Council Survey.
This is an in-person event to participate in a virtual meeting. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.