Thursday, April 04


Your Tough Questions - A Part of the Saving Our Democracy Series


Andrew Spannaus, a journalist and political analyst, will answer your questions about Biden-Harris, the current political situation, and more.


Event Protocols

  • This event will be an interactive session where you will ask unfiltered and unmediated questions.
  • You will raise your hand using the Q&A box.
  • We will take the questions in the order in which they are received. Then, we will unmute you and allow you to ask Andrew your questions. Please keep your questions under one minute.
  • We will take as many questions as possible within the two hours.

We hope you will join us for this one-of-a-kind event. RSVP today.


This event will be recorded.  If you can't attend but want to receive a link to the video, RSVP. We'll send it to everyone who RSVPs.


About the Speaker:

Andrew Spannaus is a journalist and political analyst who has worked in Italy since 1997 and is currently the Chairman of the Milan Foreign Press Association for the second time. His commentary on US and international politics appears on Rainews24, Swiss Italian Radio, Aspenia, Pluralia, and other media outlets. For Radio24, he is a regular co-host on the show "Uno, nessuno, 100Milan" and the author of the new podcast "That's America."

He is the founder of the newsletter, which provides institutions and businesses with news and analysis of geopolitics and economics.
Spannaus is a member of the Advisory Council of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at John Cabot University in Rome, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the NATO Defense College Foundation, and an honorary member of the National Federation of Consuls.

In June 2016, Spannaus published "Perché vince Trump," anticipating the reasons behind Donald Trump's victory in the American presidential election in the fall of the same year. His second book is "La rivolta degli elettori" (July 2017), which analyzes populism in Europe and the prospects for the European Union. His English-language book "Original Sins" of May 2019 deals with globalization, populism, and the contradictions facing Europe in the coming years. In September 2020, he published "L'America post-global. Trump, il coronavirus e il futuro", an assessment of the Trump administration with a view toward the trends that will define US policy in the medium to long term. On American history, he published the essay "Economic Nationalism and the War of 1812," which is included in the book War Hawks: Gli Stati Uniti e la guerra del 1812, edited by Prof. Marco Sioli.

He is a frequent speaker at events organized by public and private institutions in Italy and around Europe.


Thursday, April 04, 2024 at 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Time


Angela Fobbs
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