Public Lecture: “U.S. Separation of Powers: Who Holds the Trump Card?”

U.S. politics, apart from being highly dynamic, stands at the center of global attention due to the large influence U.S. has over the course of global politics. As is the case with all strong democracies, political decisions in the U.S. are made under a system where power is separated between three branches: the executive, the legislative, and the judicial system. This program will dissect the way separation of powers work in the U.S., particularly in light of various legal and policy-related implications resulted by the interaction between the executive, the Congress, and the judicial system in the U.S.
Date  : Monday, 17 April 2017
Time : 14.30 – 16.00
Place : Auditorium Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, 4th floor of Mandiri Building.
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Further Information: 0812 4647  6148 (Adelia)

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