U.S. Role in World Affairs
“American Exceptionalism in the New Era” was a Foreign Policy Series Event of the World Affairs Council - Washington, D.C.
Panelists spoke about U.S. foreign policy and the concept of “American exceptionalism,” the belief that America differs from other developed nations as… read more
Panelists spoke about U.S. foreign policy and the concept of “American exceptionalism,” the belief that America differs from other developed nations as a result of its national heritage, diversity, and ideals. They examined the historic influence of exceptionalism in U.S. foreign policy, the impact that economic and political globalization on American national identity, and possible decline of American exceptionalism in future diplomacy. They also responded to questions from the audience.
People in this video
Joseph D. Duffey Director (Former) International Communication Agency
Juliana Geran Pilon Research Professor Institute of World Politics->Politics and Culture
Heidi Shoup President and CEO World Affairs Council->Washington, DC
Martin Walker Editor Emeritus United Press International
- World Affairs Council | Washington, DCWorld Affairs Council | Washington, DC
James Glassman spoke to the National Press Club about efforts to improve the image of the U.S. in the Muslim world and…
Romney Campaign Event
Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney spoke about U.S. foreign policy and his policy positions as a candidate…
Public Diplomacy Dialogue
As part of a forum on the future of public diplomacy, a second panel titled, “The Conduct of the Dialogue,” addressed…
President Clinton spoke to students and faculty about America’s role in the world. Among the topics he addressed were policy…