Jordan Tama

Joshua W. Busby, Jonathan Monten, Jordan Tama, and William Inboden

With all the acrimony over President Barack Obama's cabinet nominees and the continuing investigations into the September 11 attacks in Benghazi, prospects for bipartisan cooperation on U.S. foreign policy may look bleak. But the results of a new survey reveal that the U.S. Congress is more unified on foreign policy issues than first meets the eye.