Partnership for a Secure America

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An interest group for reestablishing the bipartisan center in American foreign policy, the Partnership for a Secure America focuses on recreating the bipartisan center in American national security and foreign policy.

"We believe that the United States is being ill-served by the growing partisan divide surrounding its national security and foreign policy. Although partisan rancor has traditionally stopped “at the water’s edge,” this tradition of bipartisan cooperation has eroded significantly in recent years in negative and harmful ways. Policy differences must always be debated, but growing partisan bitterness dangerously interferes with substantive discussion of our national security and foreign policy.

It works on coalition building, conducts media campaigns, and organizes meetings, from town halls to speaker, to support bipartisan centrist views in national security; it does not take positions on domestic policy.