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Jamelle Bouie and Catherine Rampell to speak at 2022 La Follette Forum

Jamelle Bouie of The New York Times and “CBS News” and Catherine Rampell of The Washington Post will join other experts in economic policy and international relations at the La Follette School’s third annual Forum, American Power, Prosperity & Democracy, on May 4 at Monona Terrace. 

Chaired by Public Affairs and Political Science Professor Mark Copelovitch, the Forum will explore the most serious challenges confronting the United States in decades, including: 

  • The rise of authoritarianism and the threat it poses to the future of American democracy 
  • The COVID-19 pandemic and the recent economic crises, and their effects on American prosperity 
  • The rise of China and the challenge it poses to the world order and American power and leadership 

With the war in Ukraine upending the global economy and the world order, these issues could not be more relevant today.  

Bouie and Rampell will be joined by UW–Madison scholars in economic policy and governance, speakers from private industry, and these national experts: 

  • Paul Blustein: Senior Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation 
  • Oriana Skyler Mastro: Center Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University 
  • Adam Posen: President, Peterson Institute for International Economics 
  • Daniel Ziblatt, Eaton Professor of the Science of Government, Harvard University 

The La Follette Forum is free to attend, thanks to the Kohl Initiativeand the UW–Madison Center for European Studies and will be available for livestream viewing in real-time or after the conference. The in-person event will feature several networking opportunities for participants, including an evening reception. 

To find more information and to register, visit go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum. 

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Top journalists and policy experts will discuss U.S. global influence and rising authoritarian regimes at the May 4 #LaFolletteForum. Join the conversation at the Monona Terrace or online! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Speakers at the May 4 #LaFolletteForum will discuss how China’s rise and threats to American democracy affect U.S. influence and prosperity. Join the conversation! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Top journalists and policy experts will discuss U.S. global influence and rising authoritarian regimes at the May 4 La Follette Forum. Join the conversation at the Monona Terrace or online! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Speakers at the May 4 La Follette Forum will discuss how China’s rise and threats to American democracy affect U.S. influence and prosperity. Join the conversation! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Top journalists and policy experts will discuss U.S. global influence and rising authoritarian regimes at the May 4 #LaFolletteForum. Join the conversation at the Monona Terrace or online! Info and free registration at go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Speakers at the May 4 La Follette Forum will discuss how China’s rise and threats to American democracy affect U.S. influence and prosperity. Join the conversation! Info and free registration at go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Top journalists and policy experts will discuss U.S. global influence and rising authoritarian regimes at the May 4 La Follette Forum. Join the conversation at the Monona Terrace or online! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum

Speakers at the May 4 #LaFolletteForum will discuss how China’s rise and threats to American democracy affect U.S. influence and prosperity. Join the conversation! https://go.wisc.edu/LaFolletteForum