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Byline: Douglas L. Kriner

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Why aren’t Americans rallying around Biden during a war?

More Republicans disapprove of President Biden than Democrats disapprove of Trump: analysis by government professors Peter Enns and Douglas Kriner in the Washington Post.
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What 9/11 taught us about the president, Congress and who makes war and peace

In this op-ed, Prof. Douglas Kriner reflects on the lessons learned about war powers in the U.S. since 9/11.
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Don't expect Congress to rein in Trump's use of military force in the Middle East

In a Washington Post piece, Professor Douglas Kriner considers the next steps Congress could take given escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.


Congress has three tools to counter Trump on Russia

Government Professor Douglas Kriner writes in this Washington Post opinion piece that Congress has a role to play in reining in a "wayward president."