Observing the U.S. Election: Warsaw, Poland

Election Events: U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland

As submitted by embassy staff

October 24, Deputy Cultural Attache Frankie Sturm discussed with the Warsaw University American Studies Center students the impact presidential debates make in elections campaigning and answered the students’ questions about various aspects of their interest in the Elections 2012. Deputy Cultural Attache Sturm began the event at the American Studies Center by analyzing how debates matter in presidential campaigns and went on to watch with the students a number of selected clips to detect the discussed aspects in the third presidential debate on foreign issues that was held between President Obama and Mitt Romney on October 23. The event opened the floor for discussion between the students and the Attache not only about elections but also about U.S. foreign policy.

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