Bipartisan Foreign Policy: Better Process, Better Outcomes
Matthew Rojansky, Executive Director, Partnership for a Secure America
Some critics in Washington contend that President Obama’s ambition to bring Democrats and Republicans together on foreign policy has failed because it depends on a naive, utopian vision of bipartisanship. But the Partnership for a Secure America, founded in 2005 by two dozen leaders from both parties, including Lee Hamilton, Warren Rudman, Sam Nunn, Howard Baker and Bill Perry, provides a potentially powerful response to critics’ arguments. Hear Rojansky's insider's view on the making of foreign policy in Obama's Washington.
MLF: Humanities/International Relations
Location: SF Club Office
Time: 11:30 a.m. check-in, noon program
Cost: MEMBERS FREE, $15 non-members
Program Organizer: George Hammond