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Hosted by Colm Quinn, The CSIS Podcast dissects the big (and soon-to-be big) stories of the week in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs.
October 3rd, 2016
Episode 335 of 365 episodes
On Wednesday, the U.S. Congress voted to override a presidential veto on the proposed Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, or Jasta. It's the first time that Congress has overridden a veto from President Obama, with the bill receiving overwhelming support in a Congress not renowned for its unity. We talk to CSIS's Jon Alterman about the law, what it would mean, and how it reflects a shift in how the U.S.-Saudi alliance is perceived from both sides.
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