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Bipartisanship in a Polarized Age: When Democrats and Republicans Cooperate on U.S. Foreign Policy
Partisan polarization in American politics is at an all-time high. Yet a variety of foreign policy debates - on issues ranging from military intervention to trade to human rights, to international affairs spending - continue to involve some degree of bipartisanship. In this talk, Jordan Tama will discuss how the relationship between Democrats and Republicans varies across different issues, and highlight key factors that contribute to partisan polarization or bipartisanship.

Apr 20, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Jordan Tama
Associate Professor School of International Service
Dr. Jordan Tama specializes in the politics, institutions, and tools of U.S. foreign and national security policy making. His research has investigated presidential-congressional relations, foreign policy bipartisanship, national security strategic planning, the politics of economic sanctions, the foreign policy views of U.S. elites, and the value of independent commissions. Dr. Tama's publications include three books: Rivals for Power: Presidential-Congressional Relations, Sixth Edition (co-edited with James A. Thurber); Terrorism and National Security Reform: How Commissions Can Drive Change During Crises; and A Creative Tension: The Foreign Policy Roles of the President and Congress (co-authored with Lee H. Hamilton).