Rise of the Right: A Comparative Look at Populism in France and the United States

Please join the French-American Foundation for a panel discussion on the rise of populism on the right in the United States and France.

Marine Le Pen's far-right Front National party continues to influence political discourse on both sides of the political spectrum in France, having won a record 6.8 million votes in the first round of France's 2015 regional elections. In the United States, Donald Trump has attracted a fervent political following, successfully playing on voters' sense of economic insecurity and adopting inflammatory anti-immigrant rhetoric. 

The panelists will shed light on what is driving populism in both countries and what it means for the future of our two democracies.

Wednesday, May 4 / 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Baker & McKenzie LLP
452 Fifth Avenue (entrance on 40th Street)
New York City
Political scientist, National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in France, currently at URMIS-University of Nice.

Professor of Politics, New York University
Co-author, The Politics of Immigration in France, Britain and the United States
This panel discussion will be moderated by:
President and publisher of Harper's Magazine and an award-winning journalist and author.

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