what are the similarities and differences of Constitutional powers of the Congress and President in matters of foreign policy?

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  • martin
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    3 weeks ago

    There can be no war without Congress' agreement. The president is the Commander in Chief once a war begins, and without war as to deployment of military. The president decides foreign policy, but Congress must approve expenditures of funds and treaties with other nations.

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