The 2020 American election campaign has seen a distinct lack of foreign policy discussion. However, despite who wins the Presidency, foreign policy will remain a key issue area for the US moving forward. What are the key foreign policy issues on the ballot in the 2020 US Presidential Elections? How different are the visions of Biden and Trump when it comes to the role of America in the world? Doug Becker speaks with Mark Boyer and Peter F. Trumbore.

Mark Boyer is a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Connecticut. He is an expert in globalization and environmental politics.

Peter F. Trumbore is a Professor of Political Science at Oakland University. He is an expert in foreign policy analysis.



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