SOLD OUT Bush vs Kerry: Economic & Foreign Policy Implications of Election 2004

September 27, 2004
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Corporate Luncheon Panel Discussion
Monday, September 27
12 – 2:30 pm

The 2004 presidential race has once again been characterized by a deeply divided and evenly matched electorate. The election could spell a major sea change in U.S. economic and foreign policy with long-term implications for the global community. What will the next administration, Republican or Democratic, need to do to improve relations with key allies and put an end to the bloodshed in Iraq? How will the world react to a second Bush administration? What impact might a Kerry administration have on the U.S.-Japan relationship and other important alliances? A panel of pundits from Washington give their views on the very real global impact of the upcoming U.S. presidential election.

Lee Feinstein, Senior Fellow, U.S. Foreign Policy and International Law, Deputy Director of Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
David Frum, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Robert Y. Shapiro, Professor, Department of Political Science, Columbia University

Bruce Stokes, Columnist, The National Journal

12 – 12:30 pm     Registration & reception
12:30 – 1             Luncheon
1 – 2:30               Panel discussion

Admission: Corporate members are entitled to a designated number of free admissions to this event, based on their company’s current membership level. These reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. Additional corporate registrants pay the discounted corporate member rate of $45 for lunch and lecture, $10 for lecture only. Nonmember admission: $65 for lunch and lecture, $15 lecture only.


  • Monday, September 27, 2004
  • 12:00 pm