GW's School of Media and Public Affairs in association with the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (CSPC) present "Scandal and Silence: When the Watchdog Doesn't Bark"
A commentary on the current status of U.S. budget deal written by CSPC Counselor David M. Walker was published in Reuters.
CSPC Trustee Amb. Francis Rooney reflects on the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI in First Things.
CSPC Vice Chairman David Abshire and Senior Adviser Chris Howard Published in Latin American Herald Tribune
A commentary written by CSPC Vice Chairman & Counselor David M. Abshire and Senior Adviser Christopher O.
CSPC Counselor David Walker Proposes "No Deal, No Break" for Congress in an Op-Ed Published in Politico
In an op-ed published on February 6, 2013 in Politico, CSPC Counselor David Walker praises the bipartisan support in Congress for the "No Budget, No Pay" proposal, in which Congressman would be hel
Op-Ed on Secretary of State Kerry's China Challenge by CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns Published in Boston Globe
In an op-ed in the Boston Globe published January 31, 2013, CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns argues that China poses one of the greatest challenges to the Obama Administration in its second term, and es
CSPC Trustee Mack McLarty Commentary on CNN About President Obama and Secretary Clinton's Working Relationship
On January 28th, CSPC Trustee Mack McLarty was a featured commentator on CNN.
CSPC Counselor David Walker appeared on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart" on January 28th to debate U.S. fiscal policy with economist Paul Krugman.
On January 25th, 2013 National Journal Magazine included a piece in its "People: On the Move" section on CSPC's President & CEO Maxmillian Angerholzer III.
American Legion Magazine quotes CSPC Vice President for Programs Matt Purushotham and Director of External Affairs Jonathan Murphy in an article on incivility in politics.