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April 2, 2019: The Future of War Powers

Panel Discussion VideoRealism Applied in Afghanistan and Other Theaters Senate Panel VideoShould Congress End the War in Afghanistan? House Panel VideoThe Role of Congress in War Powers Confirmed Speakers Agenda Sponsors   Confirmed Speakers:   W. James Antle III Editor, The American Conservative The Honorable Andy Biggs (R-AZ) Robert L. Borosage Contributing Editor, The Nation[…]

January 16, 2019: The Impact of War as It Corrupts Our Political Process

Date and Time: Wednesday, January 16th at 12:00 pm Location: National Indian Gaming Association Building 224 2nd Street SE, Washington, D.C. 20003 Topic: The Impact of War as It Corrupts Our Political Process Speaker: Dr. Ben Freeman Director, Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative Center for International Policy Video From The Event  

CRFP Event, September 11, 2018, How Defending Constitutional War Powers Can Prevent Human Suffering and Protect Religious Liberty

Sept. 11, 2018: How Defending Constitutional War Powers Can Prevent Human Suffering and Protect Religious Liberty

On September 11, 2018, the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy hosted a lunch briefing titled “How Defending Constitutional War Powers Can Prevent Human Suffering and Protect Religious Liberty,” featuring guest speakers Robert Naiman and the Hon. John Hostettler. A slideshow featuring pictures from the event can be seen below.