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Fellows In The News
GAI | December 21, 2017
Matt and Josh discuss the CR in the House, GOP judicial nominations success, Speaker Ryan’s future, and what 2018 holds for Congress.
Kristin Nicholson | December 21, 2017
Dear Friends: As most Americans wind down for a brief break – and send those “let’s reconnect after the holidays” emails – Congress finds itself in a flurry of activity. Republicans have passed a massive tax reform package, making good on a key policy pledge but risking backlash from an unpopular bill. Meanwhile, as of
Laura Blessing | December 21, 2017
The Republican Party has become a victim of its own success. Given their legislative, administrative, and impending electoral challenges, this may sound odd. But on their biggest policy priority, tax policy, they may have been too successful. And those previous successes combined with the tax bill passed this week may just imperil their reputation as
Katina Slavkova | December 18, 2017
There is a common adage in national security and foreign policy debates that “partisan politics stop at the water’s edge.” This famous statement was first coined by the influential chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Sen. Arthur Vandenberg (R-MI) who, at the outset of the Cold War, overcame his political