On Monday at 5:30 p.m., experts from the Bush School of Government and Public Service will discuss the politics of presidential impeachment as part of the school’s “What’s Next” series. The panel will place U.S. relations with Ukraine into an historical context and weigh in on the political benefits and costs of impeachment from a domestic and international perspective.
According to a Bush School press release, panelists will share their perspectives of the current situation, including what the next possible steps might be for the Trump administration, as well as for Democrats and Republicans.
Lori Taylor, head of the department of public service and administration will moderate the panel. Panelists include Ambassador Larry Napper, former U.S. ambassador to Latvia and Kazakhstan; assistant professor Justin Bullock; and Gregory Gause, head of the department of international affairs.
The event will be in Rudder Tower Room 501 at Texas A&M University from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m.
The series is open to the public, and no registration is required. For more information on the Oct. 21 event, visit tx.ag/impeachment.