Oct. 30, 2013—DU Experts Available to Discuss Healthcare, Decreased Consumer Confidence, Benghazi and NSA Spying.
Nader Hashemi, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Middle East Studies, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Dr. Hashemi can discuss Syria and troubles in the Middle East.
Ambassador Christopher Hill, Dean, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Dean Hill can discuss Benghazi and NSA spying. Dean Hill's schedule is limited.
Heather Roff Perkins,
Visiting Associate Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Dr. Perkins can discuss NSA spying and surveillance.
Seth Masket, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science
Dr. Masket can discuss political climate and impacts of government shutdown.
Maclyn (Mac) Clouse, Professor, Daniels College of Business
Dr. Clouse can discuss Obamacare, consumer confidence and consumer spending, business spending, the debt ceiling, the federal budget and upcoming deadlines, a government default, the financial and economic impacts of a government shutdown.
Jack Strauss, Miller Chair of Applied Economics, Daniels College of Business
Dr. Strauss can discuss consumer confidence and the current U.S. macro-economic environment.
Kris Miccio, Professor, Sturm College of Law, Rabbi, Fulbright Scholar
Professor Miccio can discuss the Constitutional crisis in D.C., The Affordable Care Act: Its promise and pitfalls; terrorism, The Patriot Act and executive power, and the moral quagmire in Washington, D.C.
Ved P. Nanda, Professor, Sturm College of Law
Professor Nanda can discuss Benghazi and U.S.-Middle East international relations.
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