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"Pressing Politics Panel" at ISA

 "Pressing Politics Panel" at ISA - YOU chose the topic!

ISA will be hosting its first Pressing Politics panel. You get to choose the current events issue and nominate experts for this panel. The panel will be held on Thursday, April 5th, at 4pm in Union Square 21, Hilton San Francisco Union Square.

The aim of the panel is to discuss an important contemporary international issue which has come up since the ISA programme has gone to print. Panelists will be selected for their expertise on the issue, and to ensure a diverse range of viewpoints, regions, and career stages. 

Please vote on the panel topic, and nominate panelists here:  

You have only 10 days to vote so do it now! 

We look forward to receiving your input.

The Pressing Politics Team 
(Nina Hall, Sarah von Billerbeck, Christine Cheng, John Karlsrud & J. Andrew Grant)


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