A Cold War-like Consensus ? Toward a Theoretical Explanation of U.S. Congressional-Executive Relations Concerning National Security Policy After 9/11

Frédérick Gagnon

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Paper prepared for the International Studies Association (ISA) Conference in Montreal, Canada, March
17-20, 2004. I wish to thank Charles-Philippe David, Joseph M. Grieco, Marie T. Henehan, David Grondin,
Benoît Gagnon, Sébastien Barthe and everyone at the Raoul Dandurand Chair for their valuable help
and comments.

Though U.S. congressional-executive interaction in matters of national security policy has varied significantly over time, a majority of scholars argue that since World War II it has been marked by a pattern of “dominant presidency-compliant Congress.”

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