Sebastian Mallaby

Senior Fellow on International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations

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Senior Fellow on International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations and columnist for the Washington Post

Sebastian Mallaby on KCRW

The Constitution gives the President authority to conduct foreign policy, but the President still needs Congress to appropriate money and the Senate to ratify treaties.

Can President Obama Change the Subject?

The Constitution gives the President authority to conduct foreign policy, but the President still needs Congress to appropriate money and the Senate to ratify treaties.

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Many presidents have diverted attention from domestic defeats by focusing on foreign policy, but that option may not be available to Barack Obama.

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Many presidents have diverted attention from domestic defeats by focusing on foreign policy, but that option may not be available to Barack Obama.

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