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Politics, Global Affairs & the 2008 Election

November 6, 2008

What does the 2008 election mean for the future of our society? How can we build a better world? Join a discussion of these crucial questions on a new blog by UW faculty member and WAGE Senior Fellow Jeremi Suri.

This blog is brought to you by the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of History and the Wisconsin Alumni Association.

What does the 2008 election mean for the future of our society? How can we build a better world? Join a discussion of these crucial questions on a new blog by UW faculty member and WAGE Senior Fellow Jeremi Suri.

This blog is brought to you by the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of History and the Wisconsin Alumni Association.

Jeremi Suri is a Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Director of the European Union Center of Excellence at UW. He writes and teaches about contemporary politics and foreign policy. He has published three major books, the most recent: Henry Kissinger and the American Century. Jeremi’s work has also appeared in newspapers and magazines, including The International Herald Tribune, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Wired. In 2007, the Smithsonian Magazine named Jeremi as one of America’s “Top Young Innovators” in the Arts and Sciences.

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