Finding the keys to the future of the US

Welcome to this section of INISEG Cast where we can have a pleaseant and relaxed conversation about current affairs at the international level.

In this section we have conducted four interviews about the US elections in order to have a much broader vision, with a deeper understanding to be able to answer the most important questions on this topic.

John Yoo's interview

John Choon Yoo is a Korean American attorney and former government official. Professor Yoo is the Emanuel Heller Professor of Law and director of the Korea Law Center, the California Constitution Center, and the Law School’s Program in Public Law and Policy.

His most recent book is Defender in Chief: Donald Trump’s Fight for Presidential Power (St. Martin’s 2020). Professor Yoo is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Mayor Manny Santos's interview

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.

Eduardo Carneiro´s interview

Business Administrator (University of Pernambuco-UPE). Postgraduate in Economic Engineering (Catholic University of Pernambuco). President of SINDUSGRAF-PE, Union of Graphic Industries of Pernambuco. Current President of the Rotary Club of Luiz Eduardo Magalhães - Bahia (2020). Vice President Director of FIEPE - Federation of Industries of the State of Pernambuco. General Director of Gráfica Contexto Ltda. Financial Director of ANDIGRAF - National Association of Graphic and Communication Industries.

Matt Pinksner´s interview

Matt C. Pinsker is a constitutional law scholar and award-winning criminal defense attorney. He also teaches as an Adjunct Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and serves in the US Army Reserves (Judge Advocate General’s Corps). He previously served as both a state and federal prosecutor and was a magistrate. He wrote a textbook on homeland security, a second book about border-security, and has also had multiple articles on cutting-edge legal issues published in peer-reviewed journals.