April 2, 2019: The Future of War Powers

April 2, 2019: The Future of War Powers conference

Panel Discussion Video
Realism Applied in Afghanistan and Other Theaters


Senate Panel Video
Should Congress End the War in Afghanistan?


House Panel Video
The Role of Congress in War Powers


Confirmed Speakers

Agenda

Sponsors

 

Confirmed Speakers:

 

W. James Antle IIIW. James Antle III
Editor, The American Conservative
Rep Andy Biggs (R-AZ)The Honorable Andy Biggs (R-AZ) robert_borosageRobert L. Borosage
Contributing Editor, The Nation
Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO)The Honorable Ken Buck (R-CO) Daniel DavisDaniel L. Davis
Senior Fellow, Defense Priorities
Jacob HeilbrunnJacob Heilbrunn
Editor, The National Interest
Nathan JerauldNathan Jerauld
Syracuse University
Rep Thomas Massie (R-KY)The Honorable Thomas Massie (R-KY) Rachel OswaldRachel Oswald
Congressional Quarterly
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) Christopher A. PrebleChristopher A. Preble
Vice President, Cato Institute
Sen Tom Udall (D-NM)Senator Tom Udall (D-NM)
Col. Larry WilkersonCol. Lawrence Wilkerson
Distinguished Adjunct Professor, College of William and Mary

 

Agenda

10:30 am Convening Remarks
     W. James Antle III, The American Conservative
     Jacob Heilbrunn, The National Interest
11:00-12:00 Panel Discussion: Realism Applied in Afghanistan and Other Theaters
     Robert Borosage, The Nation
     Daniel L. Davis, Defense Priorities
     Nathan Jerauld, Syracuse University
     Christopher Preble, Cato Institute
     Moderator: Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, College of William and Mary
12:00-1:00 Lunch served
12:15-1:00 Senate Panel: Should Congress End the War in Afghanistan?
     Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
     Senator Tom Udall (D-NM)
1:00-2:00 House Panel: The Role of Congress in War Powers
     The Honorable Andy Biggs (R-AZ)
     The Honorable Ken Buck (R-CO)
     The Honorable Thomas Massie (R-KY)
     Moderator: Rachel Oswald, Congressional Quarterly

 


4-2-19 conference on the Future of War Powers, sponsored by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy, The American Conservative, The National Interest, and The Nation