Carol Gould: What Next for America and the World?



Time: 5.15
Location: JW3 Centre, 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET

Meretz UK invites you to hear writer, broadcaster, filmmaker and expert analyst on US politics,

Carol Gould, discuss prospects for the second half of Donald Trump’s term.

• Sunday, 18 November, starting 5.15 pm
JW3 Centre, 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET


In a talk titled What Next for America and the World? Carol will consider how Trump’s White House might deal with a House of Representatives under Democrat control, after the decisive midterm elections of 6 November. Can Congress in turn tame a wild and reckless president?

Will new alliances appear? Or might the USA divide even further? Furthermore, what impact will the new tranche of Congressmen and women make? And how might all of this affect the rest of us on the planet – including Jews in America and beyond, and US relations with Israel and the Middle East more generally? All questions answered on Sunday!

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• Contributions of £5 and all welcome!
• Supported by Hashomer Hatzair Trust


More on Carol Gould

Carol Gould was born in Philadelphia in 1953 and is a Phi Beta Kappa History/ pre-law graduate of Temple University. She came to the UK in 1976 to do MA work in theatre and film at the Temple University London campus with Kenneth Adam and Edgar Anstey. She furthered her studies at University of Kent at Canterbury and soon became Administrator of the legendary Almost Free Theatre. Her play ‘A Chamber Group’, loosely based on the phenomenon of Peter Maxwell Davies and The Fires of London, was a hit at the Edinburgh 1980 Festival. More recently ‘A Room at Camp Pickett’, about her late mother’s US army experiences at a segregated POW camp in Virginia, was a feature of the 2004 American season at the London Africa Centre; she is now writing this as a novel.

She was Drama Commissioning Editor at ITV and EnDeMol for twelve years but moved into journalism and documentary-making in 1992. Her feature-length film ‘Long Night’s Journey Into Day’ about the aftermath of the Rabin assassination was well-received at the 1997 Berlin Film Festival. In recent decades she has been a frequent broadcaster on BBC TV and radio; LBC; Sky News; Islam Channel and TRT World. She has written for the Guardian, Telegraph; Forward; Jewish Chronicle; The American and Front Page and this year became UK correspondent for The Epoch Times. Carol is the author of ‘Spitfire Girls’, about the women pilots of WW2, and ‘Don’t Tread on me – anti-Americanism Abroad’. She also runs a website called Current Viewpoint that she set up in 2002.