The outcome of the Nov. 3 presidential and congressional elections in the U.S. will have a profound impact on the government’s foreign aid policy for the next four years and beyond.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will take over the White House, while Democrats hold the House of Representatives and control of the Senate remains uncertain. These results will determine whether the country continues its withdrawal from the global stage, returns to the bipartisan norms that have driven development policy and funding for decades — or charts a new path for America's role in the world.
Join our expert U.S. news team for an exclusive Pro conference call to discuss what Biden’s win and the likely split control of Congress mean for global development.
You'll hear from:
- Deborah Charles, managing editor, Devex.
- Adva Saldinger, senior reporter, Devex.
- Michael Igoe, senior reporter, Devex.
- Teresa Welsh, reporter, Devex.
The panel is keen to take audience questions. We invite you to submit them in advance to [email protected]