Global Tennessee Podcast – Ep28 – US Senate Candidate James Mackler

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Mr. James Mackler

Candidate for U.S. Senate

Election 2020 |Conversations with Candidates on Global Issues | EP 028

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Recorded: August 22, 2019

Episode 28 of “Global Tennessee” opens our conversations with candidates for Federal office in 2020. We talked with Mr. James Mackler, candidate for U.S. Senate and the Democrat nomination.

Mr. Mackler’s web site: www.jamesmackler.com

“Global Tennessee” host Patrick Ryan talked with Mr. Mackler about his background, education, military service and family. Then they discussed the role of the U.S. Senate in foreign policy — war powers, advise and consent, military appropriations.

They discussed positions and perspectives on global issues and challenges including: relations with Russia, China and international institutions such as the United Nations, NATO, etc.; existential threats – global nuclear weapons proliferation, the new nuclear arms race, US nuclear modernization plans, the climate threat; regional issues across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, South America and Europe; international commerce – trade, tariffs, trade wars; and international alliances.

The conversation ended with the question: Where do you see America in the world?


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