Study Finds Bipartisan Public Consensus on Wide Range of Foreign Policy Issues: Majorities of Both Parties Agree on How to Deal with Iraq, Iran, Nuclear Proliferation, Climate Change and Other Issues
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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President Bush and Democratic leaders in the newly-elected U.S. Congress have promised to try to work together in a bipartisan manner. But most observers are bracing for battles between Democratic and Republican lawmakers over contentious questions such as the conduct of the war in Iraq, the best way to contain Iran’s nuclear ambitions and how to deal with the North Korean nuclear threat.