In this third video in a series, LBJ School Lecturer Sherri Greenberg and LBJ School Associate Professor Alan Kuperman offer analysis of the third presidential debate and the foreign policy positions of both candidates. Greenberg, a former Texas State Representative and Director of the School’s Center for Politics and Governance, focuses on the importance of the Jewish vote and Mitt Romney’s focus on domestic policy, particularly the economy. Kuperman, an expert on foreign affairs, discusses the true differences between the two candidates’ views on foreign policy.
Sherri Greenberg is lecturer and Fellow of the Max Sherman Chair in State and Local Government at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. Her current teaching and research interests include: public finance and budgeting; public procurement and contracting; public pensions; online governance, transparency and civic engagement; campaigns and elections, state and local government; education and housing.
Alan Kuperman is an associate professor in the LBJ School of Public Affairs. Kuperman teaches courses in global policy studies. He is also the founding coordinator of the Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Project and leads a Pentagon-funded project on Constitutional Design and Conflict Management in Africa. He has published articles and book chapters on ethnic conflict, U.S. military intervention and nuclear proliferation. He is also the author of The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention: Genocide in Rwanda and co-editor of Gambling on Humanitarian Intervention: Moral Hazard, Rebellion, and Civil War.