The Precarious State of War Powers

March 12, 2021
by Elayne Allen and Kevin Kosar It has been long established by analysts across the political spectrum that Congress has ceded vast constitutional authority to the presidency. On a variety… Read More

New Report: How to Reclaim Congressional Foreign Policy Leadership in 2021

December 1, 2020
For much of the 19th century, Congress was “the center and source” for foreign policy, setting the agenda and taking the lead on many of the nation’s most important issues… Read More