Congress has long been criticized for abdicating its war powers' responsibilities to the president. Is this still the case, and if so, why? Does Congress tend to push back more after a war has drug on for a long time and does this reflect the war weariness of the public? These just are some of the questioins this panel will explore.
In this event, co-sponsored with the National Capital Area Political Science Association, the Honorable Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) is joined by Stephen M. Griffin, professor at Tulane University and author of Long Wars & the Constitution; and Elisabeth Bumiller, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief, The New York Times.
- Vice Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
- Professor, Tulane University; author, Long Wars & the Constitution
- Former Public Policy Scholar
- Vice President for Scholars and Academic Relations and Director, International Security Studies
- Senior Scholar