January 18, 2015

The steps a divided government can take to protect national interests

By Michèle Flournoy and Richard Fontaine

Contrary to the oft-stated ideal, politics has never stopped at the water’s edge, and it will be no different in 2015. Yet the United States is strongest when it is guided by bold, bipartisan leadership that, while acknowledging policy differences between and within the parties, articulates a foreign policy vision that attracts and sustains broad support. To that end, there are a series of steps that our divided government should embrace this year.

Read the full op-ed in The Washington Post.