Quincy Institute’s Suzanne DiMaggio on Reimagining U.S. Foreign Policy, bluetent.us

When the Quincy Institute was founded in 2019, many hawkish members of the Washington foreign policy establishment moved quickly to try and discredit the nascent think tank and its vision of international engagement. Whereas a number of major foreign policy institutions in the nation’s capital are funded by defense contractors and foreign governments, Quincy has attracted attention for bringing together two of the country’s most seemingly disparate funders: the libertarian Charles Koch Institute and the progressive, George Soros-backed Open Society Foundations. But as Quincy’s chairman of the board Suzanne DiMaggio explains, this transpartisan setup is in Quincy’s DNA. Läs artikel