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How Congress Can Make Its Mark on U.S. Foreign Policy

How Congress Can Make Its Mark on U.S. Foreign Policy

Update: 2018-09-28
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When it comes to U.S. foreign policy, the focus - for good reason - tends to fall on the White House. But the U.S. House and Senate are not toothless when it comes to foreign affairs, and often see the world in a different way than the president. A new CSIS study seeks to define how members of Congress in both parties view the U.S. role in the world, and comes up with a new lens with which to define members. We hear from the report's leaders Kathleen Hicks, Louis Lauter, and Colin McElhinny on what this means for U.S. leadership ahead of a contentious election season. Hosted by Colm Quinn.


Read the web version of the report Beyond the Water's Edge


Read the full PDF here

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How Congress Can Make Its Mark on U.S. Foreign Policy

How Congress Can Make Its Mark on U.S. Foreign Policy

colm quinn, kathleen h. hicks, louis lauter, colin mcelhinny