The US Midterm Elections
Americans went to the polls on November 8 for high-stakes midterm elections that are usually a referendum on the party in power.
Join US columnists Edward Luce and Rana Foroohar, DC bureau chief James Politi and veteran commentator Norm Ornstein as they discuss the midterm results and what they will signal for US domestic and foreign policy,
This subscriber-exclusive webinar staged with the Swamp Notes newsletter took place on November 10.
Key discussion points: How will the outcome affect policy in Washington and at state-level? Who will run for president in 2024? What will the results mean for business as companies increasingly have to navigate geopolitics as well as domestic polarisation? Will the midterms affect President Biden's ability to manage western unity against Russia’s aggression in Ukraine?
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