About

This fall, the Council on Global Affairs and the Financial Times are hosting a series of discussions on foreign policy topics central to the 2020 United States presidential election. As voters confront starkly different foreign policy worldviews, the America in 2020 event series convenes influential voices with distinct perspectives to examine issues with far-reaching implications for America’s future.

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Research



Divided We Stand: Democrats and Republicans Diverge on US Foreign Policy

Divided We Stand: Democrats and Republicans Diverge on US Foreign Policy

, By Dina Smeltz, Senior Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; Ivo H. Daalder, President, Chicago Council on Global Affairs; Karl Friedhoff, Marshall M. Bouton Fellow for Asia Studies; Craig Kafura, Assistant Director, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; Brendan Helm, Research Assistant

Coming Together or Coming Apart?

Coming Together or Coming Apart?

, By Joshua Busby, Nonresident Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; Craig Kafura, Assistant Director, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; Dina Smeltz, Senior Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; Jordan Tama, Associate Professor of International Relations, School of International Service, American University; Joshua D. Kertzer, Paul Sack Associate Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University; And other participants





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Events

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Commentary

Does the US Nuclear Umbrella Still Protect America’s Allies?

October 27, 2020 for Foreign Policy

Americans and Asia in 2020: Three Things to Know

October 27, 2020 for Running Numbers

Will the US Return to Global Stage or Pull Further Inward?

October 22, 2020 for Chicago Tribune

Deep Dish: Trump and Biden Voters Deeply Divided on Foreign Policy

October 22, 2020 for Global Insight

Election 2020 Round-up: Democrat and Republican Opinions on Key Policy Questions Facing the United States

October 22, 2020 for Running Numbers

Republicans and Democrats Divide on Key Debate Issues: COVID-19, Race, Climate Change, and National Security

October 20, 2020 for Running Numbers

Democrats and Republicans Miles Apart on Threat of Climate Change

October 20, 2020 for Running Numbers

Views of Trump hit all-time low in South Korea

October 13, 2020 for Running Numbers

Past Event Multimedia

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