Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
The Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs will hear testimony and debate policy options concerning the South China Sea and responses to recent actions by the People's Republic of China.
The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations will hear testimony concerning current approaches to U.S. aid and how to better these policies through partnerships with the private sector.
Various experts from the field of international development will testify regarding the efficacy of current United States development policy across the globe.
This hearing will focus on the current multinational efforts to combat ISIS and roll back not only its influence in Syria and Iraq, but globally as well.
Jonathan Winer, the State Department's Special Envoy For Libya will testify in this hearing in the Senate Committe on Foreign Relations.
The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations will discuss the relationships between different Security Assistance authorities and potential avenues for streamlining and clarifying the role of these authorities.
The Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy will discuss the current policy of U.S. Sanctions and the impact this is having on sub-Saharan Africa.
The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations will hold a hearing to discuss to role of cartels in the combatting drug violece and public health crises. Witnesses from the State Department and the Office of National Drug Control Policy will testify.
This hearing in the Foreign Relations Committee will discuss steps that the U.S. can take to address the ocngoing crisis in Syria. Witness will testify from various research groups in D.C.