Our University of Wisconsin Chapter brought together Dr. Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute and Dr. Daniel Stolz of the University of Wisconsin to debate the continuities and divergences in American foreign policy in the Middle East.
“When it comes to style”, Rubin observed, “I would say that President Trump is much closer to a Gulf Arab leader.” Regarding Iran, Rubin said: “fundamentally, we need to recognize that different cultures can think in very, very different ways, and the worst thing we can do analytically is project our own thoughts onto others.”
The debate was moderated by an AHS alumnus, Neil Klein, now of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture.
Read an article on the debate HERE
Keep up the excellent work, Wisconsin!