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AFPChapter7Powerpoints_(PPTminimizer) - Chapter 7: The...

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1 Chapter 7: The President and the Making of Foreign Policy Fifth Edition James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process
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2 The President and Foreign Policy President Bush after 9/11: “I will direct such additional measures as necessary in exercise of our right to self-defense…” President Clinton: “The Constitution leaves to the president…the ultimate decision-making authority: President Truman: “I make foreign policy.”
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3 The Constitution and Foreign Policy Powers Presidential Powers: Article 2 of the Constitution: commander in chief; chief negotiator; chief diplomat Congressional Powers: Article 1, section 8 provide for the common defense; declare war; raise and support armies; provide and maintain a navy; regulate interstate and foreign commerce; appropriate funds; and implied powers Twilight Zone and foreign policy; shared powers between Congress and the president
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4 Shared Foreign Policy Powers: President and Congress War making President: “Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy…” Congress: the power “to declare war”; “to raise Navy” and support armies”; to “provide for the Common Defence”
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AFPChapter7Powerpoints_(PPTminimizer) - Chapter 7: The...

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