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1 ri51 apresentacao 19 10 2016

A few hours before the third and last debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, IPRI-NOVA launched the 51st number of International Relations, a special issue on the USA presidential elections. This issue of the journal is edited by Raquel Vaz-Pinto (co-author of Hillary Administration) and the articles topics range along the lines of Obama’s legacy for international politics, what is at stake for Portugal in the context of the Pacific and Atlantic U.S. strategy, the American electoral system and how the primaries impact on the choice of the candidate, and the origins of candidates like Donald Trump that are not a complete novelty in the American history.

The special guest of the event, that took place at the Luso-American Foundation for Development (FLAD), was the Ambassador of the United States of America in Portugal, Robert A. Sherman, who gave a talk titled «2016 U.S. Presidential Elections: The Race for 270», a detailed explanation of the American electoral system. It was chaired by FLAD’s President, Vasco Rato, and IPRI-NOVA’s Director, Nuno Severiano Teixeira.

2 ri51 painel 19 10 2016Panel: Robert A. Sherman, Vasco Rato, Nuno Severiano Teixeira and Raquel Vaz-Pinto

3 ri51 embaixador eua 19 10 2016U.S. Ambassador to Portugal presentation

4 ri51 participacao publico 19 10 2016The session took place in FLAD

Fotos: Luso-American Foundation for Development


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