Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow James Joyner writes for the Christian Science Monitor on why Congress has become less influential in foreign policymaking:

Matt Bennett and Mieke Eoyang, both former Washington staffers, explore “Why Congress is AWOL on national security policymaking today.” Contrasting Rep. Ron Dellums’s two-decade-long campaign to end apartheid in South Africa, they argue that today’s members lack the staying power to exert major influence.

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