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Alicia Pulled an MSNBC All Nighter on Election Night

Here are some hightlights.


Tomorrow, Thurs Nov. 4 - What Happened and What Happens Next? A Post-Election Analysis

Tomorrow at 12:00 PM, NDN will host a Post-Election Analysis for our community, friends and the media. President and CEO, Simon Rosenberg and Dr. Robert Shapiro, Chair of our Globalization Initiative, will discuss this historic midterm election, analyzing what happened, and what will happen next.  They will also be joined by Andres Ramirez, Alicia Menendez and possibly a few more guests.

RSVP by clicking here

Below are links to some initial thoughts from NDN, but there is more to come. 

The Morning After The 2010 Election
by Simon Rosenberg

The Mid-Term Elections and the Failure, Yet Again, of Trickle Down Economics by Robert Shapiro

What Happened and What Happens Next? A Post-Election Analysis
November 4, 12:00 pm
Lunch to be served
NDN Event Space
729 15th Street, NW First Floor
Washington, DC

Simon Rosenberg on Fox News Today

Here is the clip in case you missed Simon today on Fox News discussing early voting.


Simon on both ABC News and Fox News Yesterday

There is a lot to talk about these days.  Here are clips of Simon from yesterday, giving his take on where we are a week before the elections.

Simon's Appearance on ABC's Topline.


Simon Rosenberg on Fox, Alicia Menendez on The O'Reilly Factor and Jansing & Co.

Today both Simon and Alicia made appearances on Fox and MSNBC.  Additionally, last night Alicia was on The O'Reilly Factor.  Check out the clips below.





Jake Berliner on Fox News This Past Sunday Discussing Midterm Election Polling with Adam Geller

Jake did a great job this weekend on Fox News.  Here is the clip in case you missed it.


Alicia on Fox News Today Discussing Meghan McCain's Claim that O'Donnell is Seen as a "Nutjob".

Today Alicia went on Fox News with Emily Miller to discuss GOP extremism.  Check out the clip below.



NDN Has Another Great Week on TV

Here are some worthy clips below. Of significant note, is Alicia's appearance last night on The O'Reilly Factor-be sure not to miss it.  To wrap up the week, Jake Berliner will be on Fox News this Sunday at 4:00 pm.






NDN and NPI to Host the Ambassador of Chile to the United States, Arturo Fermandois on Oct. 27

The Latin America Policy Initiative (LAPI) is excited to host the Ambassador of Chile to the United States, Arturo Fermandois on Wednesday, October 27th at 12:30 pm.  This event is open to the public.  To RSVP, please click here.  If you would like to instead register for our live webcast, we still ask that you RSVP.

Arturo Fermandois was born in Santiago, Chile, and studied Law at the Catholic University of Chile.  Upon graduation, the Ambassador received the Monsignor Carlos Casanueva Award for outstanding academic achievement and student leadership (1987).  Mr. Fermandois was in-house counsel at the legal division of Banco del Estado de Chile  from 1987-1996, where he was also Secretary of the Board.  In 1993, the Government of Chile granted Ambassador Fermandois its prestigious national scholarship for graduate studies and became a Fulbright scholar.

Ambassador Fermandois holds a M.A. degree from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (1994).  In Chile, he joined the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement negotiating team at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1996, he founded Fermandois, Evans and Co., LLP, a law firm specialized in Administrative and Constitutional law.  His private practice, which included exhaustive Supreme and Constitutional court litigation, legal research and analysis, lasted until his appointment as Ambassador to the United States.

Ambassador Fermandois has written several books, among them: Economic Constitutional Law (1st edition 2001, 2nd edition 2006) and Applied Constitutional Law (2008).  He is co-author of Constitutional Reform 2005, and editor of the annual selection book of top Chilean judicial decisions, Supreme and Constitutional Court Review (years 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008).  Mr. Fermandois has published more than 40 specialized articles in Chilean and foreign law reviews, and wrote weekly legal commentaries on jurisprudence in the daily constitutional newsletter Informe Constitucional  for 5 years. One of his papers on the American legislative system is titled, The Fast Track Negotiating Authority: Origins and Legal Effects (published in Revista del Abogado, Lawyer’s Magazine, 1996).

Ambassador Arturo Fermandois

October 27, 12:30 pm
Lunch to be served
NDN Event Space
729 15th Street, NW First Floor
Washington, DC
Live Webcast

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