The President as Foreign Policy  King

The President as Foreign Policy King

From: Bostonred
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The president’s authority in foreign affairs, as in all areas, is rooted in Article II of the Constitution.Presidents also rely on other clauses to support their foreign policy actions, particularly those that bestow “executive power” and the role of “commander in chief of the army and navy” on the office. From this language springs a wide array of associated or “implied” powersFor instance, the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (1977) authorizes the president to impose economic ... See More

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