What's happening with US politics at home and its impact in Asia
Hosted in conjunction with The American Club
The "silly season" in US politics is upon us. Following the third Democratic primary debate in September, there will be a greater sense of who will be the nominee to take on President Trump. Three months before the Iowa caucus, Steve Okun returns for a presentation and interactive discussion on the state of US politics, what to watch for in the Democratic nomination process and how the Presidential campaign will impact us in Singapore when it comes to US-China trade tensions.
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8:15pm: Q&A with interactive discussion
9:00pm: End of evening discussion / Networking
About Steve Okun
A veteran of US campaigns, politics and government, Steve Okun provides commentary and analysis as a co-host for CNBC, serves as the in-studio election analyst for Channel NewsAsia and guest lectures at universities across Singapore. Having been elected three times as Chairman of AmCham Singapore, he is in his fourth terms as a Governor and now serves as President of the Asia Business Trade Association. He provides strategic counseling to multiple US businesses on public affairs in Asia Pacific.
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