Date: Thursday, November 17, 2022 9:30 AM - Thursday, November 17, 2022 10:30 AM


  • Paul Sracic (Youngstown State University)


  • Robert Dujarric, ICAS Co-Director


8 November 2022 was the last day of voting for the US midterm elections. These elections reflected the mood of American voters and give us some idea of the future course of American policy and of the political and ideological balance of power in the United States. They will also affect the ability of the Biden Administration to pursue its agenda.

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Thursday, November 17 2022 09:30-10:30 Tokyo/Seoul, 08:30 Beijing/Taipei/Singapore, 10:30 Sydney

Wednesday, November 16 2022 16:30 California, 19:30 DC


This event is organized by the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS).

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Paul Sracic

Youngstown State University

Paul Sracic is a professor of Politics and International Relations at Youngstown State University in Ohio. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Rutgers University. His most recent book, Ohio Politics, was published by Congressional Quarterly Press in March of 2018. An earlier book, San Antonio v. Rodriguez and the Pursuit of Equal Education (University Press of Kansas, 2006), was part of a series that was given the Scribes Award for legal writing by the American Bar Association. Professor Sracic has twice been named a Fulbright Scholar in Japan. He was also part of the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office Visiting Experts Program in 2012. Since 2014, he has given more than 50 U.S. State Department sponsored lectures on American politics, including talks at U.S. Embassy facilities in Beijing, Tokyo, Brussels, Dublin, and Rome. In addition to his scholarly writing, Professor Sracic’s articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, USA Today, Bloomberg, The Atlantic, the Diplomat, and He has been interviewed on CNN and NPR in the U.S., and often serves as the on-air political analyst for NHK World Japan.

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