The U.S. Presidential Race:
Insights & Implications
Karin Henriksson, long-time Washington, DC - based correspondent for Svenska Dagbladet, will brief us on the latest news in the U.S. Presidential Election. Following the recent death of Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, Karin will also explain the implications that the appointment of Justice Scalia's successor has on the Presidential race, and key Senate races as well. Karin will also tell us why she decided to translate the U.S. Constitution into Swedish almost 229 years after this fundamentally important document was drafted.
Karin Henriksson is a Swedish journalist and author, and has written several books focusing on American politics. Karin has lived in Washington, DC since 1987, and has reported for the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) and other newspapers since 1974. Karin became SvD's foreign correspondent in Washington in 1992. While in the U.S., Karin has worked with a variety of Swedish media, producing stories and reports, including the survey, Borås Tidning, as well as Corren, Smålandsposten, and Uppsala Nya Tidning.