The Constitution and U.S. Foreign Policy: The President, the Congress, and the People

Larson, Daniel L.

Volume 32, Issue 2. Summer The Iraq War has tested the balance of power among the U.S. President, Congress, and the American public in determining foreign policy. Although the executive branch has gained power in making short-term decisions, the American people have ultimately retained their influence over long-term policy.

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