Jordan Tama
Jordan Tama
Provost Associate Professor, American University
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Rivals for Power: Presidential-Congressional Relations
JA Thurber, J Tama
Rowman and Littlefield, 2018
A Creative Tension: The Foreign Policy Roles of the President and Congress
LH Hamilton, J Tama
Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2002
Forcing the president's hand: How the US congress shapes foreign policy through sanctions legislation
J Tama
Foreign Policy Analysis 16 (3), 397-416, 2020
Terrorism and National Security Reform: How Commissions Can Drive Change During Crises
J Tama
Cambridge University Press, 2011
The US Congress and North Korea during the Clinton years: talk tough, carry a small stick
RM Hathaway, J Tama
Asian Survey 44 (5), 711-733, 2004
An Introduction to Presidential-Congressional Rivalry
JA Thurber, J Tama
Rivals for Power: Presidential-Congressional Relations, 1-30, 2018
Does Strategic Planning Matter? The Outcomes of U.S. National Security Reviews
J Tama
Political Science Quarterly 130 (4), 735-65, 2015
The politics of strategy: why government agencies conduct major strategic reviews
J Tama
Journal of Public Policy 37 (1), 27-54, 2017
Multilateralism and the use of force: experimental evidence on the views of foreign policy elites
J Busby, C Kafura, J Monten, J Tama
Foreign Policy Analysis 16 (1), 118-129, 2020
United in Goals, Divided on Means
D Smeltz, J Busby, G Holyk, C Kafura, J Monten, J Tama
Chicago Council on Global Affairs, 2015
Crises, Commissions, and Reform: The Impact of Blue-Ribbon Panels
J Tama
Political Research Quarterly 67 (1), 152-164, 2014
How an Agency's Responsibilities and Political Context Shape Government Strategic Planning: Evidence from US Federal Agency Quadrennial Reviews
J Tama
Public Management Review, 2017
Congress is Already Post-Partisan: Agreement Across the Aisle on U.S. Foreign Policy
JW Busby, J Monten, J Tama, W Inboden
Foreign Affairs, 2013
The Contemporary Presidency: The Power and Limitations of Commissions: The Iraq Study Group, Bush, Obama, and Congress
J Tama
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (1), 135-155, 2011
The Foreign Policy Establishment or Donald Trump: Which Better Reflects American Opinion?
D Smeltz, K Friedhoff, C Kafura, J Busby, J Monten, J Tama
Chicago Council on Global Affairs, 2017
From Private Consultation to Public Crusade: Assessing Eisenhower's Legislative Strategies on Foreign Policy
J Tama
Congress & the Presidency 40 (1), 41-60, 2013
Strengthening the Economic Arsenal: Bolstering the Deterrent and Signaling Effects of Sanctions
E Rosenberg, J Tama
Center for a New American Security, 2019
Tradeoffs in defense strategic planning: lessons from the US quadrennial defense review
J Tama
Defence studies 18 (3), 279-301, 2018
The Prevalence of Bipartisanship in US Foreign Policy: An Analysis of Important Congressional Votes
J Bryan, J Tama
Workshop on Domestic Polarization and U.S. Foreign Policy, Heidelberg University, 2020
Congress has NATO’s back, Despite Trump’s Unilateralism
J Tama, J Busby, C Kafura, JD Kertzer, J Monten
Washington Post, 2019
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