The following is a list of people and parties that have endorsed the Foreign Policy Alliance’s resolution, “A Call to Reform U. S. Foreign Policy,” released in February, 2016.
Gordon M. Adams, Ph. D., Professor Emeritus of U.S. Foreign Policy, American University, and Distinguished Fellow, Henry L. Stimson Center. Adams is the author of Buying National Security: How America Plans and Pays for Its Global Role and Safety At Home (with Cindy Williams).
Colonel Andrew Bacevich, (US Army, retired), Professor of History at Boston University and author of many influential books and articles on foreign policy, including The New American Militarism and The Limits of Power.
Elizabeth Cobbs, Ph. D., Melbern G. Glasscock Professor, Texas A&M University, and Research Fellow, Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Dr. Cobbs is the author of Hello Girls, an untold story of how America’s first women soldiers helped win WWI.
Jon Dorschner, Ph. D., Political Science Professor at the University of Arizona and retired Foreign Service Officer.
Lloyd J Dumas, Ph. D., Professor of Economics, Political Economy, and Public Policy at the University of Texas at Dallas, and author of The Peacekeeping Economy: Using Economic Relationships to Build a More Peaceful, Prosperous, and Secure World.
Ivan Eland, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
Jacob Hornberger, JD, founder and president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, and co-editor of The Failure of America’s Foreign Wars.
Jason Sorens, Ph. D., Lecturer in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College and affiliated scholar with the Mercatus Center at George Mason.
Peter Kuznick, Ph. D., Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute, American University, co-editor of Rethinking Cold War Culture, and co-author of The Untold History of the United States.
David Vine, Ph. D., author of Base Nation, Associate Professor of Anthropology, American University.
Colonel Lawrence A. Wilkerson, (US Army, retired), Distinguished Visiting Professor at the College of William and Mary, and former chief of staff to U. S. Secretary of State Colin Powell.
*Organizational affiliations for identification purposes only.
Republican Liberty Caucus, 10/7/17
National Libertarian Party, 10/18/17
Green Party of Harris County, Texas, 10/19/17
Texas Democratic Senate District 6 Convention, 3/19/16
Texas Democratic Senate District 17 Convention, 3/19/16
Texas Libertarian Senate District 4 Convention, 3/19/16
Texas Libertarian Senate District 18 Convention, 3/19/16
Dwight Young, Florida, Republican, 4/26/17, Primary Election
Sean Haugh, North Carolina, Libertarian, 9/29/16, General Election
Basil Dalack, Florida, Independent, 8/24/16, General Election
Gary Swing, Arizona, Green, 8/11/16, General Election
Karla Gottschalk, Hawaii, Republican, 8/11/16, Primary Election
Steven J. Schwartzberg, IL 5, Democrat, 3/17/18, Primary Election
Daniel Tinus, TX 27, Libertarian, 3/11/18, General Election
James Kong, TX 2, Libertarian, 3/10/18, Contested in Convention
Danny Campbell, TX 5, Republican, 2/28/18, Primary Election
Alexander Hernandez, GA 6, Independent, 2/24/17, Special Election
Chris Blake Wiggins, CA 37, Democrat, 10/31/16, General Election
Andrew Horning, IN 8, Libertarian, 10/27/16, General Election
Bill Kelsey, TX 10, Libertarian, 10/1/16, General Election
Jan McDowell, TX 24, Democrat, 9/28/16, General Election
Thomas Kleven, TX 18, Green, 9/26/16, General Election
Scott Jameson, TX 3, Libertarian, 9/23/16, General Election
Gary L. Koniz, FL 4, Independent, 8/29/16, General Election
Mark Wichern, FL 1, Republican, 8/25/16, Primary Election
Joe Cobb (Write-In), AZ 7, Libertarian, 8/20/16, General Election
Robert Hixon (Write-In), AZ 4, Democrat, 8/18/16, General Election
Gary Swing (Write-In), AZ 2, Green, 8/18/16, General Election
Ray Parrish, AZ 1, Green, 8/17/16, General Election
Joseph L. McKinney, OR 4, Democrat, 5/9/16, Primary Election
Thomas W. Hill, NC 11, Democrat, 5/6/16, Primary Election
Rhett Smith, TX 35, Libertarian, 4/8/16, General Election