Former US presidential nominee Howard Dean offers his opinions on who may succeed Barack Obama in the US election this November.

Governor Howard Dean, Chairman, Democratic National Committee (2005-09); Candidate for Democratic Nomination in Presidential Election (2004)
Dr Juli Minoves, President, Liberal International
Chair: Dr Leslie Vinjamuri, Associate Fellow, Americas Programme, Chatham House 

Overview

As an unconventional and unpredictable primary season for both the Democratic and Republican parties continues, former presidential candidate Howard Dean offers his opinions on who may succeed Barack Obama in the US election this November. Focusing on the implications for international relations, he puts forward his thoughts on what the election means for the global political order and liberal democracy in the 21st century.

More information at US Elections 2016 and the Future of Liberal Democracy