The American Enterprise Institute, Heritage Foundation and CNN will host a Republican presidential candidate debate on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 8pm, the organizations have announced. (Update: this debate has been moved to Nov. 22)

The topic of the debate will be national security and foreign policy.

“Heritage is delighted to have this opportunity to increase public understanding of the candidates’ positions on critical foreign policy and national security questions requiring American leadership in the second decade of the 21st century,” Heritage President Edwin J. Feulner said.

“We hope that this debate will illuminate the candidates positions on national security and foreign policy at a critical time for America in the world,” said AEI president Arthur Brooks.

Neither AEI, nor Heritage have hosted a debate in the past.

The two conservative think tanks, which hold a 501(c)3 status under IRS code, are forbidden from engaging in explicit political activity.

Location and format of the debate have not yet been determined.