Created more than thirty years ago, the Congressional Study Groups are non-partisan, non-advocacy legislative exchange programs that allow current Members of Congress and their staffs to learn more about the world around our nation, particularly focusing on the relationships between the United States and four of our largest allies. The Congressional Study Groups (CSG) bring subject matter experts on topics like trade, security, international relationships, culture and other critical issues, to the United States Capitol, for organic, informal discussions and briefing sessions. The "exchange" also sees the CSG support travel to the United States by current and former parliamentarians from other nations, while doing the same in taking current Members, senior staff and district directors to Germany, Japan, European nations and, most recently, Korea. On these study tours, bipartisan cooperation can be built, while a better understanding of our closest global connections is formed.
THE CONGRESSIONAL STUDY GROUP ON EUROPE
THE CONGRESSIONAL STUDY GROUP ON GERMANY
THE CONGRESSIONAL STUDY GROUP ON JAPAN
THE CONGRESSIONAL STUDY GROUP ON KOREA