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Kalikow Center Panel Feb. 27 Examines U.S. Foreign Policy

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Hofstra senior presidential fellows Howard Dean and Edward Rollins, and a national security expert from the New America Foundation, will discuss U.S. foreign policy in the Obama administration on Feb. 27 — the first of three panel discussions sponsored by the Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency this semester.

The free panel – How Does the Obama White House Lead in the World? – will run from 11:10 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. in the Student Center Theater, North Campus. It is co-sponsored by the International Scene Lecture Series.

Tim Naftali from the New America Foundation
Tim Naftali from the New America Foundation
Kalikow Center Senior Fellows Howard Dean and Ed Rollins
Kalikow Center Senior Fellows Howard Dean and Ed Rollins

Dean and Rollins, fellows at the Kalikow Center since 2009, will be joined by Tim Naftali, a senior research fellow in the national security studies program at the New America Foundation, a non-profit, non-partisan think tank in Washington, D.C.Dean, the former governor of Vermont, was a 2004 Democratic presidential candidate and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Rollins is a Republican political strategist who managed President Ronald Reagan’s 1984 re-election campaign, had major roles in nine other presidential campaigns and served in the administration of four presidents.

The Kalikow Center spring semester calendar features two additional panel discussions featuring Dean and Rollins during the spring semester.

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  • The first true foreign policy challenge that Obama faces in his whole presidency so far is the unfolding crisis in the Ukraine. We’ll see if the previous “imperial overstretch” in the already failing interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq will not make this president the last to play an important role in international politics. While Reagan could outspend and “outarm” the Soviets, the practically bankrupt US faces a Russia that has more resources than back then while the US has not yet recovered from its spending sprees in outspending the Soviets and bailing out banks too big to fail and half the industrial base to boot. It would be nice if these most recent developments were discussed by the panel.

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