As the world turns its attention to America for the upcoming presidential election, the United States Studies Centre invites you to a special panel discussion at the Hilton Hotel Sydney.
US Election: America at a crossroad
Date: Wednesday 24 October 2012
Time: 7:00 – 8.30pm (canapés and drinks will be served)
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Level 4, 488 George Street, Sydney
Cost: Free - but registration is essential (please click here)
Nick Bryant, BBC Correspondent
Mike Seccombe, Business and Economics Correspondent, The Global Mail
Dr Rebecca Sheehan, Lecturer in United States History
Moderator: John Barron, ABC journalist and co-host of Planet America
The US presidential election comes at a time when the two major parties are especially divided. But, regardless of the outcome, Americans and their leaders are going to have to make difficult choices on how to confront a still struggling economy, growing national debt, and the country’s uncertain role on the international stage.
Hear our panel of experts discuss these challenges and how the US can and should proceed in the years ahead. The panel will also provide an opportunity to discuss not only who will win the upcoming election but its implications on US domestic and foreign policy.
There’s no better time to learn about America
A postgraduate information session will also be held before the panel discussion (6.00-7.00pm) and will give prospective students an opportunity to speak one-on-one with our academics about the Master of United States Studies.
To attend, all you need to do is register online
If you know someone that would be interested in coming along, please forward this email to a friend.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!
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