Estados Unidos afrontó unas elecciones del apocalipsis. Demócratas y Republicanos extremaron sus advertencias sobre el rumbo del país. La presidencia de Donald Trump ha sido, para la ciudadanía y sobre todo para los periodistas, una verdadera escuela en cuestiones de gobierno, legislación e historia de Estados Unidos. El presidente arrancó los resultados de esta reelección con demandas de fraude y maipulación en los votos.
¿Qué pasó realmente en las elecciones de Estados Unidos?
Un grupo de expertos analistas norteamericanos contarán sus experiencias y sus teorías acerca de la difícil situación que está viviendo ese país y cómo afectará al mundo que Biden pueda llegar al poder formalmente.
John Yoo is the Emanuel Heller Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley, a Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and a Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
His tenth book, Defender-in-Chief: Trump’s Fight for Presidential Power, was published in the summer of 2020 by St. Martin’s Press. Professor Yoo’s other books examine presidential power, terrorism, the laws of war, military and law enforcement technology, and the Constitution’s separation of powers.
Professor Yoo has published more than 100 articles in academic journals on subjects including national security, constitutional law, international law, and the Supreme Court. He also regularly contributes to the editorial pages of theWall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and National Review, among others.
Professor Yoo has served in all three branches of government. He was an official in the U.S. Department of Justice, where he worked on national security and terrorism issues after the 9/11 attacks. He served as general counsel of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. He has been a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and federal appeals Judge Laurence Silberman. He has been a visiting professor at Seoul National University in South Korea, the Interdisciplinary Center in Israel, Keio University in Japan, Trento University in Italy, the University of Chicago, and the Free University of Amsterdam.
Professor Yoo graduated from Yale Law School and summa cum laude from Harvard College. At Berkeley, Professor Yoo directs the Public Law and Policy program and the Korea Law Center and is a winner of the Federalist Society’s Paul Bator award.
Professor Matt C. Pinsker is an expert in homeland security and criminal justice. An officer in the US Army Reserves, he holds a JD and LLM in National Security & US Foreign Relations and is an Adjunct Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). A prolific writer, Matt Pinsker has authored a textbook in national security as well as multiple articles published in peer reviewed legal journals. Formerly, Mr. Pinsker worked as a prosecutor and magistrate, and also practices criminal defense. He has trained countless police officers, federal agents, attorneys, members of the military, and others responsible in the nation’s security.
Matt earned a BA from The College of William & Mary and JD from the West Virginia University College of Law where he was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the West Virginia National Security Law Review. He earned his LLM from The George Washington University Law School while handling appellate prosecutions for the Army JAG Corps and later did Security Threat Assessment Operations with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Matt currently resides in Henrico County outside the City of Richmond, Virginia, near where he was born and raised. He is a frequent commentator on current issues in national security and guest speaker at local organizations. To reach Matt Pinsker, please go to the “contact” page and fill out a request.
Liutenant General (R) U.S. Army with over 37 years of active service. Jim Dubik is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and at the Association of the U.S. Army’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW).He earned a PhD in philosophy from the Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Arts and Science from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He was a professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Strategic Studies. He wrote Just War Reconsidered: Strategy, Ethics, and Theory, and he is the co-author, with General Gordon Sullivan, of Envisioning future Warfare.He writes frequently for Army magazine and published over 200 essays, articles, monographs, opeds, on-line foreign policy and national security posts, as well as chapters in books, and forwards to books. His February 2018 ISW, monograph, “America’s Global Competitions: The Gray Zone in Context,” and his August 2019 Army magazine essay, “How Long Can the Threshold of War Hold?” are two recent, oft-read works. His current ISW project is writing about what America should have learned from 19 years of war. He has been quoted in numerous print and online media outlets. Jim is a frequent lecturer, panel member, and media analyst on national security issues. He is also President and CEO of Dubik Associates, an international consulting firm with a focus on leader development, organizational change, and national strategic and intelligence issues. He is a Board Member and Trustee of the Leadership Roundtable; member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Security Advisory Council, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition; 2012-2013 General Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership cosponsored by the Army War College, Dickinson College, and Penn State Law School; and U.S. Recipient of the 2017 Thomas B. Hagan Dignitas Award.He is a member of the Army Ranger Hall of Fame as well as a distinguished member of the U.S. Army 75th Ranger Regiment. Jim was raised in Erie, PA and now lives in Alexandria, Virginia with his wife, Sharon.
Profesor de la Universidad de Lisboa. Licenciado y Máster en Derecho por la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Lisboa. Fue colaborador de Jornal Expresso con un espacio para comentarios políticos llamado Politicoesfera. Llegó a la televisión con una sección en el programa Short-Circuit de SIC Radical, contando con su último programa con la presencia de Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. Ha participado en otros programas de televisión donde comenta sobre temas relacionados con Derecho y Política.Investigación científica y cooperaciónMiembro de centros de investigación :Centro de Investigación de Derecho Privado;Public Law Research Center – línea de investigación sobre «Cambios constitucionales informales».Miembro de los consejos editoriales de revistas científicas:Revista da Associação Académica da Faculdade de Direito, Universidade de LisboaOtras actividades profesionales :consultor jurídico;Comentarista sobre temas legales, sociales, económicos y políticos en el semanario SOL.Publicaciones más relevantes :sobre la interacción entre el juez y el legislador democrático en el pensamiento de GUIDO CALABRESI en Judging en línea, disponible aquí democrático en el pensamiento de guido-calabresi /LAS PALABRAS QUE NUNCA LE DARÉ A MIGUEL GALVÍO TELES: Reflexiones sobre su concepto de “cultura constitucional” , Revista Jurídica de la Asociación Académica de la Facultad de Derecho, II Serie, n. ° 1, marzo de 2014.La importancia del electorado en la implementación del proceso legislativo: el ejemplo del tipo de discriminación en el artículo 240 del Código Penal, Revista Jurídica de la Asociación Académica de la Facultad de Derecho de Lisboa, II Serie, n. ° 1, marzo de 2014, con el Profesora Margarida Silva Pereira.RONALD DWORKIN: JUSTICIA CONSTITUCIONAL COMO GARANTÍA DE DEMOCRACIA MATERIAL en Liber Amicorum al Consejero Juez Manuel Simas Santos, en proceso de publicación.Originalismo y mutaciones constitucionales: notas sinópticas, libro de estudios luso-brasileños sobre mutaciones constitucionales (iniciativa del grupo de estudio integrado en el Centro de Investigación en Derecho Público), en publicación
A man who has made history in the United States as an immigrant who came to the country from a very young age and whose path in politics has been solidly paved and with a great future ahead.
Manny Santos (Republican Party) ran for election to the U.S. House to represent Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District.
He describes himself as: “a full-time analyst in the health insurance industry and a part-time product development engineer. Had the honor of serving as Mayor of the City of Meriden from 2013 to 2015, Connecticut.»
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